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Plant Ten Trees Every Year?

There are a few ways you can fulfil this part of the pledge:

  • You could grab a shovel and a seedling, get your hands dirty and plant ten trees in your local community or garden.
  • You could scatter your Seed Bombs which you will receive if you are a monthly donor (head to the main tree pledge page for this option).
  • You can take part in or arrange local community tree planting near you.

Do One Good Deed Every Day?

St. Barbe knew that good deeds are different for everyone and all around us ready to be done. He said to the original 50 Tree Pledgers that they “must search their own hearts and find things to do” and we give the same advice to you.

Good deeds do not need to be tree focused and could be anything from helping a friend in needs, wishing someone a good day or to inviting someone to share your umbrella.

Join our Facebook group to talk about your good deeds and get inspiration from other Tree Pledgers. 

Take Care of Trees Everywhere?

Our Tree Pledge initiative is still brand new!

We have a booklet coming soon to Tree Pledgers inboxes, with lots of tips and tricks of tree care such as pruning, trimming, and felling/thinning.

We are working with established foresters to work on a guide for Growing Beautiful, Safe, and Healthy Trees.

Look out for tips in our newsletter on how to care for trees.

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Forest Guides and first men to make the Pledge

Richard St. Barbe Baker ITF Founder

Richard St. Barbe Baker

Men of the Trees 1922 Tree Pledge

Dance of the Trees, 1922 in Kenya

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