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Protect a Tree

Key Facts

  • Location
    central peru
  • Local name
    nogal
  • Height
    30 metres
  • Tonnes of Co2 Stored
    4 Tonnes per Tree
  • Water Saved
    760 litres per year

Andean Walnut Tree

The Andean Walnut is prized not only for its timber but also its edible nuts and sap that is used as a dye. Known locally as Nogal, the tree is becoming increasingly vulnerable to loggers. Sponsoring an Andean Walnut helps fund our partner villages to protect their valuable trees from loggers.

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Key Facts

  • Location
    central peru
  • Local name
    caoba
  • Height
    40 metres
  • Tonnes of Co2 Stored
    30 Tonnes per Tree
  • Water Saved
    760 litres per year

Mahogany Tree

The Mahogany is the most valued tree in South America. Its rich red colouring has earned it a place on the IUCN Red List. Loggers will often destroy swathes of rainforest just to reach one Mahogany. Sponsoring a Mahogany Tree helps fund our partner villages to protect their valuable trees from loggers.

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Key Facts

  • Location
    central peru
  • Local name
    capirona
  • Height
    40 metres
  • Tonnes of Co2 Stored
    14 Tonnes per Tree
  • Water Saved
    760 litres per year

Capirona Tree

The Capirona’s hard and durable wood has made it a target for loggers. The tree sheds its bark annually which local people use as a herbal remedy. Sponsoring a Capirona tree helps fund our partner villages to protect their valuable trees from loggers

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Key Facts

  • Location
    central peru
  • Local name
    tornillo
  • Height
    50 metres
  • Tonnes of Co2 Stored
    10 Tonnes per Tree
  • Water Saved
    760 litres per year

Peruvian Pine Tree

The Peruvian Pine, or tornillo as it is known locally, is currently the most sought after tree by loggers in Peru. Growing to heights of 50 metres it is one of the tallest trees in the rainforest. Sponsoring a Peruvian Pine helps fund our partner villages to protect their valuable trees from loggers.

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What you receive

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Personalised Profile Page

A dynamic account that details your sponsored tree.

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Map of your protected tree

An interactive Google Map of your sponsored tree displaying project information and the latest project updates.

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Certificate of Sponsorship

A Certificate of Sponsorship in your name.

Acres Saved411,403
Acres saved

Trees Protected98,720,483
Trees Protected

People Supported35,410
People Supported

Tonnes of CO2 saved106,969,634
Tonnes of CO2 stored