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Welcome to  Trees with Benefits

 

 

By navigating to this page, it means you are supporting the initiative with the aim of planting 1 million trees over a three-year period.

 

So, THANK YOU!

 

The Trees with Benefits project brings together a community of employers and their employees to plant 1 million trees. The project is powered by Benefex, the employee experience platform, and tree planting champions, Furthr.

 

Every time a benefit selection is made on the Benefex platform by an employee, a tree is planted on one of our sites! This is in order to help reforestation, a proven method to start undoing the damage to our environment, for all our benefit. 

 

At our dedicated site in Lamahi, forest cover began to be planted from September 2022 and at our Mariarano site, mangrove cover began to be planted in November 2023. This supports fair local employment and helps improve biodiversity, encouraging native species to thrive.

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Impact

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Projects

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Our Impact To Date

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1 million

Tree Target

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1.5 m

Engaged Employees 

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419,183

Trees Planted

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6,290

Working Days Funded

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Designated Sites

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Our Protected Reforestation Sites

Lamahi, Nepal

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Location:
Nepal

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Local Population:

7,173 

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Hectares:

203

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Tree Target:

500,000

Our Lamahi site comprises just under 204 hectares of tropical forest in Nepal's Inner Tera region. Local biodiversity includes a wide array of native flora and fauna; tropical Sal, Khair, and other trees create habitat for over 200 bird species, leopards, Asiatic elephants, and the globally threatened four-horned antelope.

This project kicked off in July 2022, and planting started in September 2022. It will run for three years, until 2025, and aims to reforest the local and tropical Sal Forest and Riverine Forest, with a range of native species including Cutch Tree, Indian Rosewood, and Chinaberry.

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