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Managed by environmental charity Project Crimson, we're helping
Kiwis plant more native trees across Aotearoa New Zealand.
Together we're achieving great things.

Trees funded
and gifted
Planting Projects
Funders & Planters

We're also counting the total native trees planted throughout New Zealand.
Each one helps to mitigate climate change and boost our native biodiversity.

Total native 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

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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.


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


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


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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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Five ways to celebrate Matariki

Aotearoa New Zealand’s newest public holiday is on the horizon: but what does Matariki really mean in te ao Māori, how can we make it more than just an extra day off—and what does it have to do with native trees?

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Planting native trees for the Jubilee

A unique celebration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee launches on Monday May 16 at Wellington’s Government House.

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Guest Blog: Birds and Berries

Native birds and native trees go together like fish and chips—but why are they so mutually important? Guest blogger Ellis Nimick (@ellisecologist) explains some of the ways our native species can support each other within Aotearoa's ecosystems.

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