Eden Reforestation Project

1 Tree Planted For Every Order

Caring for the planet (as well as our pets) is at the heart of what we do!

Our latest move in our journey to becoming a more sustainable business is a new partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects; planting a tree for every order over £15 placed through our website. We're proud to be taking this step and we can't wait to watch our forest grow!

If you'd like to contribute to planting more trees, you can opt to plant 2 additional trees at the checkout.

Who are Eden and what do they do?

Eden employs people living in depleted ecosystems across the globe, and in doing so plants millions of trees every year. So far, they have planted 977 million native trees in Ethiopia, Madagascar, Nepal, Haiti, Indonesia, Mozambique, Kenya, and Central America.

They provide stable employment opportunities for local communities through replanting and nursery management. This also restores agriculture and other local industries, helping to reverse the ecological and economic impact of deforestation.

Why choose to plant trees?

Trees are incrediably important for the earth's health and they have several functions. They act as the earth's lungs by absorbing carbon dioxide and potentially harmful gasses, such as sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide, from the air and release oxygen, which helps purify the atmosphere. While helping purify the atmosphere, trees provide habitat, shelter and food for animals and encourage diversity by creating an environment that allows the growth of plants that otherwise would not be there.

What type of trees are planted?

Eden focuses on planting native species. The emerging native species forests provide a habitat for wildlife, purify the water, control flooding, and erosion, and replenish the soil. Eden also prioritizes 10% of the trees to be agroforestry species. The agroforestry species are specifically intended for long-term sustainable community use.

The community members benefit directly from the food, and the trees provide lumber and a fuel source. These same trees also help to reduce the cutting down of the newly restored forests and protected areas.

Where can I find out more?

You can keep up to date with Eden's work here!