ReForest Fund 2021 annual report

The world is at a crucial moment in defining how we steward our planet. Trillion Trees believes preserving and restoring forests is critical to responding to the challenge of the biodiversity and climate crises.

The Trillion Trees ReForest Fund supports forest restoration across a portfolio of sites where our partners have long-term conservation programmes. We made our first grants in 2021, and are pleased to bring you the first annual report!

Our projects focus on recovering and regrowing natural forests, but we take a landscape approach, using a wide range of methods and look for opportunities to improve livelihoods and address the underlying drivers of deforestation. This ensures our efforts make a lasting contribution to reducing carbon in the atmosphere and preserving critical biodiversity.

Trillion Trees has more than 50 projects worldwide that need support to restore degraded forest, boost local livelihoods and re-create habitat for endangered species; such as recreating connectivity for chimpanzees in Rwanda, or new jungle for jaguars in Guatemala.

Whether you donate to restore 1 tree or 10,000, your support ensures forests thrive into the future.

Restoring forest and saving water in Kenya

Working with local communities to ensure vital water supplies keep flowing and to restore and maintain Mount Kenya’s forest, a haven for biodiversity.

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Connecting forest patches in Madagascar

Work in the Makira Natural Park is providing sustainable livelihoods while restoring habitat for Madagascar's astounding endemic biodiversity.

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Restoring degraded forest in Tanzania

Working with local community groups to restore one of the last remaining fragments of coastal forests in the region, home to extraordinary plant and wildlife and a lifeline for the 4 million people living in Dar es Salaam and around the forests.

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Expanding to new projects

This year, the ReForest Fund is expanding to three new projects in Kaptagat, Kenya; Usambara Mountains of Tanzania; and the Bismarck Mountains of Papua New Guinea.

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