Plant a Tree

Welcome to Flights for Their Future – striving for a greener and more sustainable future for all by planting saplings far and wide. Our goal is to promote reforestation efforts and create new habitats for wildlife. We believe that planting trees is an effective way to reduce carbon dioxide levels and promote biodiversity.

We rely on the support of volunteers and donors to help us achieve our mission. By donating to our cause, you will be contributing to the improvement of air quality and the overall beauty of our communities. We plan to plant a variety of trees, such as, but not limited to, oak, beech, birch, and hazel. Before we plant any trees, we would also test/assess the soil and location to ensure the right trees are planted in the right places to ensure the best results. We would also like to do soil and air carbon monitoring at different stages of growth. These particular trees are known for their ability to thrive in the UK climate and provide numerous benefits to local ecosystems.  Projects outside of the UK would use trees planted according to their native country.

Our aim is to create a world where everyone has access to clean air, fresh water, and a healthy environment. With your help, we can continue to plant saplings and make a positive impact on the environment. Thank you for your support.

Prices include VAT, pest control and ongoing maintenance and monitoring

PLANTING A TREE

We will carry out our first project here in the UK and plan to plant a variety of trees, such as, but not limited to, oak, beech, birch, and hazel. These particular trees are known for their ability to thrive in the UK climate and provide numerous benefits to local ecosystems. The same would apply to other countries in using native trees. Flights For Their Future will not import trees into the UK as this can bring in diseases which can spread to other trees. We and our team of volunteers will ensure each tree is planted and endeavour to attach a biodegradable name tag to all trees with the name of the person who purchased it to plant (this will not always be possible). You will also be protecting the trees from pest with protective tubing which goes around the sapling, as you can see in the photo opposite.The trees will have to be nurtured in their first couple of years whilst they settle and will continue to be managed giving the, the best chance of developing.

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