FAQ’s

How do you know the trees are planted?

We have developed a world-class monitoring and evaluation process that meticulously tracks the number of trees planted, where, and by whom. This data is digitally collected and processed for our team to locate problems and success in each Forest Garden, so that they can be attended to.

Part of this process includes interviewing each individual farmer at least twice a year to determine how their Forest Garden is producing, any issues that need to be mitigated, and if they are having success at the market.

Where are your trees planted?

Our trees are planted around the world. From New Orleans to Kenya, Uganda to The Amazon, we’re working to implement reforesting initiatives globally.

How exactly does it work?

We’re working to combat climate change through an array of different mechanisms, centered around education and action. First off, we create incredible, educational games that anyone can play totally for free. Every game played rewards users (and our planet) by planting trees around the world. We fund this initiative through partnerships with sustainable brands, and individuals aiming to be a bit more sustainable.

Who owns the trees?

Farmers own the land and the trees on them. They do the labor and provide the land and water. The trees are their futures. We provide seeds, nursery materials and training, but the farmers own their trees, and are responsible for caring for them.

What is Plant the Peace?

Plant the Peace is a Louisiana based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to combat climate change and provide (awesome) free education to everyone. We create awesome, fun and educational games that anyone can play, totally for free. And we partner with awesome people and brands working to be more sustainable by planting trees. We plant trees through partner organizations across the world, as we continue to develop our own, in-house tree planting projects across the United States.

Plant the Peace is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. | Tax ID number: 83-4524429.
Contributions to Plant the Peace are tax-deductable to the extent permitted by law.