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Native trees have seen it all. See why we love them.

We’re bringing together business, community and everyday Kiwis to plant 200 million native trees.

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We're counting the native trees planted throughout New Zealand, and helping Kiwis to plant more. Together, we can all make an impact on climate change and improve our environment.

Total tree count since 2016
Over 50 years, these native trees have the potential to remove between and of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere. Learn more

We're proud to have helped people and community achieve great things.

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Who we are

We’re managed by Project Crimson, a conservation charity which has been championing native tree planting since 1990. Learn more about us and our wonderful partners that make it all possible.

Get involved

One of the best actions we can take to tackle climate change and improve our environment is to plant more native trees. It's super easy for anyone to get involved.

Planters

Making a difference to your local environment? Add trees you're planting to our count, and apply for more native trees to plant.

INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES

Fund or gift native trees from just $10 or open a Tree Registry and help fundraise.

BUSINESSES

Show your commitment to climate and a better New Zealand. Check out our options for business.

Trees That Count is New Zealand's community marketplace to connect tree funders and planters

How does our marketplace work?

When people donate, we match their funded trees with planters to get more natives into the ground.

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Who’s leading the native tree count?

Every native tree planted or funded helps grow the count. Check out the planters and funders making a difference.

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News

Catch up on the latest news from Trees That Count. View all >

Welcome Forest helps lay down roots for migrants and newcomers in the Wakatipu Basin

Led by Trees That Count, the new ‘Welcome Forest’ will be located at Queenstown’s Jardine Park.

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Bringing native trees to a classroom near you with Hyperlife

Trees That Count has partnered with Wairoa-based Jean Swainson Foundation to help teach Kiwi kids more about native trees.

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“An amazing life” and a legacy that lives on in New Zealand’s native forests

Dr Frances McGrath passed away on the 4th of November, 2019.

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