Branch + Barrel is incredibly passionate about protecting and restoring forests worldwide.
With our 'Buy One, Plant One Tree' campaign, your jewelry purchase contributes directly to a global reforestation project.
We want you to not only love your Branch + Barrel jewelry but also take pride in knowing that your purchase is making a measurable difference to the health of our planet.
Simply put, our goal is to help restore mother nature and to leave the earth better than we found it.
Planting trees is such a simple and effective way to make an impact.
WHY ARE TREES SO IMPORTANT TO THE ENVIRONMENT?
Healthy forests help absorb greenhouse gasses and carbon emissions that are caused by human civilization and contribute to global climate change.
Without trees and plants, more carbon and greenhouse gases enter the atmosphere.
To make matters worse, trees actually become carbon sources when they are cut, burned or otherwise removed.
Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world's terrestrial biodiversity.
Forests provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb harmful carbon from the atmosphere and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines.
Ever taken an aspirin? It comes from the bark of a tree!
Meet Our Partners
Trees For the future
Trees for the Future works to reforest areas throughout the developing world. This reforestation is used as a catalyst for local farmers and communities to cultivate healthy and sustainable farmland which in turn provides income, food, fuel, and security.
One Tree Planted
Branch + Barrel's partnership with "One Tree Planted" focuses on projects in our home state of Oregon.
These involve restoration of areas damaged by forest fires and floods, as well as creating jobs, building communities and protecting habitat for biodiversity.
We rely on Oregon's forests for our economy, our way of life, our climate and our future.
"One Tree Planted" works with community partners to restore healthy watersheds so that people have clean water to drink and beautiful places to play and so birds, fish, and other wildlife can thrive. They engage youth to develop into the next generation of stewards who know and love our forests from oak woodlands to majestic conifer forests.