Terraformation helps scale forest restoration initiatives across five continents. We support a growing number of projects, many of which are Indigenous- and women-led. By growing native forests, our partners do more than plant trees to sequester carbon — they restore biodiversity, generate sustainable jobs, and help create healthier, more resilient communities. We provide the tools, training, and resources to supercharge their work.
Action for Nature is reforesting 500 hectares in Zambia — including an elephant habitat — while engaging young people in restoration efforts.
Brackenhurst Botanic Garden & Forest restores Kenya’s native species and provides ecological education to visitors and community members.
Eden plants and protects millions of trees each month, working alongside communities and creating sustainable livelihoods for people across Kenya and beyond.
Environmental Defenders protects and restores ecosystems in the Lake Albert region of Uganda, which is threatened by oil exploration and illegal logging.
We’re restoring this 20-hectare dry forest, which will serve as a hub for community education, training, and seed banking.
Hope Ministries is restoring more than 100 hectares to mitigate Malawi’s deforestation crisis and expand economic opportunities for women.
Humans for Abundance is helping Indigenous Kichwa communities restore 100 hectares in the Amazon rainforest using our seed bank designs.
Kijani Forestry works with local communities and smallholder farms throughout Uganda to support sustainable agroforestry as well as to plant and tend to native trees.
This women-led organization restores forests in the Upper Pangani River Basin in Tanzania, a region hit hard by deforestation.
My Forest Armenia connects local communities to scientists and expert foresters in order to accelerate reforestation.
We’ve planted more than 25,000 trees on our 70-hectare ʻŌhiʻa Lani restoration site, which will help it return to the wet tropical forest it once was.
Terraformation’s arid pilot site is one of the most challenging ecosystems to restore — but two years after our team began, more than 7,000 native plants are thriving.
Women-led ReClimate is restoring Ukraine's forests while also creating a model for sustainable forest management benefiting local communities.
Regenerative Resources is working to reforest the Songhor Lagoon and Keta regions of Ghana, where climate change and sea level rise threaten to devastate mangrove habitats.
Tanzania-based Saving Africa’s Nature aims to restore elephant and buffalo habitats while creating sustainable livelihoods for local people.
Terraformation is partnering with Indigenous-led Tooro Botanical Garden to protect and restore biodiversity in Uganda, where ecosystems are under increasing threat.