5000 Trees Contributed by The House of Marley Have Been Planted in Tasmania

One Tree Planted has recently planted 28,000 trees in Tasmania. The following trees were planted to support biodiversity and the climate:

  • Eucalyptus ovata
  • Lepto lanigerum
  • Acacia dealbata
  • Dodonaea viscosa
  • Mellalueca pallidus
  • Bursaria spinosa

We at the House of Marley have proudly contributed 5,000 of these planted trees.
Your purchase makes a huge difference through Project Marley.

In the last 400 years, 1-in-3 mammal extinctions has occurred in Australia. Tasmania, on the other hand, provides a unique opportunity to safeguard species including the Tasmanian Devil, Eastern Bettong, Eastern Quoll and Eastern Barred Bandicoot which are extinct on the mainland. Taking an animal-centric approach, incorporating the latest climate science, and ensuring sites are resilient to future climate change are key aspects of this project. Your trees helped our planting partners get 160 hectares closer to their goal of restoring 15,000 hectares (37,066 acres) of new habitat by 2030!

Support a healthier climate

The long term goal of the Tassie Island Ark is to plant more than 1.5 million
native trees and plants across Tasmania. These plants improve watersheds and soil health, and could sequester more than 30,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide by 2030!

Protect endangered species

Many of the species who are virtually or entirely extinct in mainland Australia can
still be found in Tasmania. Planting trees protects the habitat of the Tasmanian
Devil, Eastern Bettong, Eastern QuolI and Eastern Barred Bandicoot.

Engage local communities

Our partners work closely with nearby communities directly impacted by the
tree planting. They engage with farmers, indigenous groups, and the local tourism industry to ensure the community's needs are met as well.

Read the Project Report here or learn more about how you can help by visiting One Tree Planted and Project Marley

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