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The Miller Planting Hope Initiative is a global restoration effort, focused on protecting biodiversity and creating a positive social impact across regions of impact. By planting trees and restoring forest land across the world, it creates a greener future for generations to come, by mitigating some of the negative air pollution and emissions caused by anthropogenic actions.
The Initiative works across the globe to address the current ecological challenges that are faced by each country. From the Pacific Northwest's temperate rainforests to the vast boreal forests of Canada and the biodiverse ecosystems of Mexico, our efforts span a wide range of landscapes.
The Miller Planting Hope Initiative, originally founded in Shelburne, Vermont, has evolved into a global organisation dedicated to reforestation. While our head office remains in Shelburne, we have expanded our operations across multiple
continents, making a meaningful impact in diverse regions.
We operate globally across North America, Latin
America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Pacific.
The Initiative’s mission is simple; to plant more trees. By doing so, contributing to protecting endangered wildlife and ecosystems, help to purifying air, absorb carbon dioxide and restore biodiversity levels.
Together we can restore forests, create healthy habitats, and make the world a better place for generations to come.
To empower more communities by promoting sustainable livelihoods through creating an additional 1,000 jobs next year through tree planting projects.
Our goal is to protect, restore, and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, by supporting reforestation initiatives, we aim to contribute to the global efforts to combat deforestation, halt land degradation, and preserve biodiversity
By raising awareness about the importance of sustainable land management, biodiversity conservation, and the role of trees in mitigating climate change, it endeavours to empower the wider communities to actively participate in environmental stewardship and promotes a sense of environmental responsibility.
Moreover, it helps to support local families by providing employment opportunities and economic empowerment through their reforestation initiatives, which helps improve livelihoods and contributes to the local economy.
Initiative set up by:
Our partnerships continue to grow. This year we were
honored to collaborate with them on TerraFund for AFR100 Phase 1. This allowed us to design and manage a first-of-its-kind continent-wide restoration program, and further the outputs of our donations.
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