ReForest Now

The non-profit organization is planting more than 150 different native, endangered to highly endangered tree species in eastern Australia to reconnect remaining patches of the Big Scrub Rainforest. This project supports the fight against the climate and biodiversity crisis through large-scale reforestation of the native subtropical rainforest.

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Social impact

Creates awareness of necessary environmental action.

Environmental impact

Creates healthy native forests & combats climate change and biodiversity loss.

Economic impact

Recreates places of exceptional natural beauty, which are strong drivers of ecotourism, associated with economic benefits.

Goals of

ReForest Now

Reforest Now's team of scientists, bush regenerators and nurserymen are driven by the passion to see large-scale reforestation and regeneration of Australias rainforest ecosystems. Their hands-on work of raising and planting native rainforest trees is complemented by sharing knowledge about rainforest reforestation and creating resources to promote scientific understanding.

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Learn more about the project in this video from the planting sites

Benefits of planting with

ReForest Now

Receive regular information on the reforestation
Download a tree certificate for every tree
Get access to the project’s picture collection

Where are the trees planted?

The trees are planted during the rainy season from November until the end of September in the eastern coastal regions of Australia. The young trees will be looked after in their first years after planting. Additionally, due to their endangered status they are protected by governmental law.