We are so happy to be able to help make a real change in our world and our global community by assisting our friends at One Tree Planted.
One Tree Planted is a non-profit organisation that reflects our values of community responsibility, with a commitment to positive social and environmental changes.
They are on a mission to reforest our planet and provide education, awareness and engagement on the importance of trees to our Environment.
YOU are helping us to plant trees, as it is YOUR purchase of a Beach Shower that makes this possible.
1 BEACH SHOWER SOLD = 1 TREE PLANTED
Planting Trees in
Australia's forests range from ancient Gondwana rainforest and tropical
mangroves to extensive bush lands made up of native acacia, melaleuca
and eucalyptus trees.
Your Beach Shower purchase will help to plant millions of trees across Australia to recover forests affected by the 2019-20 Black Summer Bushfires and restore native habitat vital for wildlife.
Trees that will bring the greatest overall benefit to the ecosystem and region will be chosen to be planted, this includes various types of native trees and companion plants.
Depending on the specific needs of each section of habitat being restored, native trees may include Acacia, Banksia, Eucalyptus, Melaleuca, and many other native species.
the impact of
Your tree will help to create habitat corridors for koalas in NSW and VIC, enhance biodiversity in WA, and promote sustainable and regenerative agriculture practices with landowners.
It will also aid with the bushfire recovery efforts that are focused on re-establishing habitat and supporting fire-impacted communities to grow and plant millions of trees.
Current & recent Projects
Habitat Restoration in Australia
This latest project by One Tree Planted, restored 357 acres of land across WA with 90+ native tree and shrub species. It will benefit over 150 bird species, including the Wedge-Tailed Eagle and Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo — as well as Pygmy Possums, Kangaroos, Echidnas, Emus and more.
In addition to biodiversity benefits, the trees planted will help restore areas that were damaged in the historic Black Summer bushfires of 2019/2020 (trees were planted in a buffer zone adjacent to the burn scar where 38,000 hectares were burned), restore historically over-cleared agricultural areas, protect vital watersheds, stabilize soils and more.
Recent work was carried out together with the local Indigenous community’s Nowanup Ranger Group to support cultural healing and integrated 2 smoking ceremonies facilitated by a local Noongar Elder and Leader.