Buy a Bottle, Plant a Tree!
Life Sprout Bioceuticals™ has proudly partnered with the National Forest Foundation (NFF), pledging to plant one tree for every bottle of supplements sold, for a maximum of 10,000 trees within the next year. The NFF will plant the trees in National Forests where they are most needed across the country.
7 in 10 Americans live within a 2-hour drive of a National Forest, so chances are that you have visited or driven past one at some point. Our forests are rapidly losing trees due to worsening natural disturbances. Trees are the Earth’s lungs, naturally purifying our air, absorbing carbon dioxide, filtering particulates and releasing oxygen.
This valuable partnership aligns with Life Sprout Bioceuticas™ core values of investing in ourselves and our environment today for a better future. By prioritizing our personal health and the section of the planet that we live in, by making healthy and environmentally conscious choices today, we are working together towards a more sustainable and harmonious future. We aim to help our customers feel better physically, and now we are proud to tangibly show them that we also care for the environments that they live in.
The NFF is a nonprofit chartered by Congress to work with the USDA Forest Service and communities to promote the health and public enjoyment of the National Forest System. Since 2001, the NFF's tree-planting program has planted more than 13.5 million seedlings in across America where they're most needed, revitalizing National Forests and grasslands. In 2018, the NFF launched 50 Million for Our Forests, an ambitious campaign to plant 50 million trees across the National Forest system.
The NFF promotes the enhancement and public enjoyment of the 193-million-acre National Forest System. By directly engaging Americans and leveraging private and public funding, the NFF improves forest health and Americans’ outdoor experiences. The NFF’s programs inform millions of Americans about the importance of these treasured landscapes. Each year, the NFF restores fish and wildlife habitat, plants trees in areas affected by fires, insects and disease, improves recreational opportunities, and enables communities to steward their National Forests and Grasslands. Learn more at www.nationalforests.org and https://www.nationalforests.org/get-involved/tree-planting-programs