Tree farmer stands with a tree seedling before planting it out

Another two million trees

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Investing in future generations by planting trees and protecting forests.

This year the tree planting farmers we work with in Malawi are busy planting out another two million trees bringing the total planted to date to 17 million including indigenous, quick-growing and fruit trees.

We are helping communities to protect 340 sq.km of forest too.

If you want to help us continue combatting climate change by planting more trees and protecting forests, join us at https://rippleafrica.org/forest-conservation-and-tree-planting/

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