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WE PLANT ONE TREE FOR EVERY PRODUCT PURCHASED.

In our ongoing commitment to sustainability, we have partnered with One Tree Planted, an organization committed to fighting global deforestation. With the purchase of any Lockwood product we will plant ONE TREE in North America.

 
 
 

About One Tree Planted

One Tree Planted is a small charitable organization based in Vermont with a mighty mission - fight global deforestation one tree at a time. They work with NGOs worldwide that have collectively planted millions of trees.  With years of experience, these key partners work hand-in-hand with local communities to ensure that proper native tree species are planted in the most sustainable manner.

Lockwood New York specifically works with them on fighting deforestation in North America.

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Why Trees

Every two seconds man destroys an area of forest the size of a football field. Deforestation comes in many forms, including fires, clear-cutting for agriculture, ranching and development, and degradation due to climate change. Trees play an important role in the water cycle, grounding the water in the roots and releasing it into the atmosphere. The removal of trees has had adverse impacts on bio-sequestration of atmospheric carbon dioxide, along with damage to habitat, biodiversity loss and aridity.

- 46-58 thousand square miles of forest are lost every year. That's equivalent to 36 football fields every minute.

- The United States has less than 5% of the world’s population yet consumes more than 30% of the world’s paper.

- More than half of the world's timber and 72% of paper is consumed by 22% if the world's population. Industrialized countries consumer twelve times more wood products that non-industrialized countries.

- 70% of the world’s plants and animals live in forests and are losing their habitats to deforestation. Loss of habitat can lead to species extinction. This is not only a biodiversity tragedy but also has negative consequences for medicinal research and local populations who rely on the animals and plants in the forests for hunting and medicine.

(source: onetreeplanet.org)