For the last three years, we at Vakanala, a non-profit organization, have been working to conserve and restore the unique primary forests near the rural community of Ilomena in southwestern Madagascar. One of the top ten hotspots of biodiversity on Earth, the forests of Madagascar are home to over 200,000 different species. An estimated 80% of these plants and animals are endemic to the island of Madagascar and are found nowhere else in the world. Even so, over 100,000 hectares of these forests, and the rare plants and animals in them, disappear to logging every year.
To reverse this dramatic decline, we have established a large nursery in the Madagascan village of Iantoha, which allows us to plant more than 200,000 trees just this year, but we can't do it alone. To support us, we are offering seeds of a Madagascan baobab tree (Adansonia za) for you to plant at home. The funds raised here will go directly to the nursery and reforestation program to help us grow year over year.
5 seeds to plant at home, 10 trees planted in Madagascar5$ Add to cart img/05seeds.en.png
10 seeds to plant at home, 20 trees planted in Madagasca10$ Add to cart img/10seeds.en.png
30 seeds to plant at home, 60 trees planted in Madagasca25$ Add to cart img/30seeds.en.png
30 additional trees planted!10$ Add to cart img/30trees.en.png
75 additional trees planted!25$ Add to cart img/75trees.en.png
150 additional trees planted!50$ Add to cart img/150trees.en.png