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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Flash Forest: Using Drones To Plant 1 Billion Trees

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We are a Canadian drone reforestation company that modifies drones to fire rapidly germinating tree seeds into the soil. We merge technology, software and ecological science to surpass traditional tree-planting efforts and rapidly accelerate global reforestation efforts. Help us with our ambitious goal of planting 1 billion trees by 2028.

By supporting our project, you’re providing the crucial funds needed to take this to a truly global scale and reach our goal of 1 billion trees planted by 2028! From Canada’s boreal forests to the tropics of Sumatra, we want to make an impact and rebuild degraded ecosystems on every corner of the earth. Forests don’t just pull CO2 from the atmosphere. They provide homes and food for millions of species, from insects to elephants, they bring more rainfall and capture the rain, cooling the air and stabilizing the climate. They are the livelihoods and source of income for all the communities living off the forests.

As of December 23rd, this project has raised $20,000 of their $7,599 goal. This project has 26 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $1, you will help get one tree planted.  For a pledge of $19, you will help get 25 trees planted.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to:

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