There has been a lot happening of late, so I wanted to share something refreshing taking shape that is super positive in a challenging world. If you have a few minutes I would love to tell you more.
I’m planting trees to help save the planet!
I am working alongside EcoForce Global who have a plan to capture 30% of the world’s carbon through planting trees. They are working with Farmers to plant the trees and capture carbon from the atmosphere and store it in the soil, thus helping the Farmers repair hundreds of millions of acres of low productive land and increase world food production and improve farming viability.
The more trees I can sell and plant, the faster we can reduce the effects of climate change.
To make this happen we simply need people like you and me to help by purchasing trees.
My personal goal is to plant 0 trees.
My reason for joining EcoForce is…
However, there is something else I also wanted to share with you. EcoForce are also offering a $100,000 Electric Vehicle and a Million-Dollar Home as a reward for those who plant enough trees with me … yes, you read that correctly. Let’s chat – I believe we can do this.
My invitation to you is to join me to help plant a forest – you can start with as little as $7.70 AUD per month or join my team and help me reach my target.
There’s too much talk and not enough action.
Together we can help EcoForce reach its 1 Billion Trees Target by 2030.
Let’s do something for the planet – together we can make a difference.
Our current Planting Site
Tree Target: 2500 Trees
Property Name: Sunnyside
Location: Binnaway, New South Wales, 2359, Australia
Farmers – J & N Mcdonald – Why we’re involved.
We feel the Tree Planting Project is an opportunity to regenerate some of our land effected by drought, flood and land erosion. Our choice in trees was influenced by the natural vegetation that currently exist on the land to extend the Koala corridor in the area, attracting native bees, and to eventually provide shade and feed for stock. The trees will also stabilize soil, minimizing erosion into an adjacent natural waterway, improve the pasture and help to restore the environment for wildlife.