My Citizen Forest

As a citizen, you can have your own forest! This is the place where you can see and collect all the trees you plant. Your forest includes various sections we explain below.

By creating an account on Tree-Nation, you will start your own forest! Your forest is your personal space for your tree planting activity. It includes:

Your tree counter

Your tree counter counts all the trees you plant, the trees offered to you by someone else, and also all the trees you offer as a gift.

Your CO2 counter

This counter calculates the amount of CO2 that is captured by your trees. This represents the amount of CO2 you offset: that is the CO2 you managed to remove from the atmosphere.

Your Trees and Seeds section

This section displays all the trees you plant, offer or receive from friends. Each tree has a virtual space for personalization and embeds the information of the physical trees planted. Your forest is not geographically limited so you can plant trees from different locations in it!

Your Friends section

Your friend's section allows you to quickly offer them trees on any occasion. It will also show you all the friends who registered when you gift them trees.

Your Impact section

This section provides you a visualization of the impact of your reforestation efforts with nice stats and graphs about your forest. It shows you where you plant most and your planting frequency. Learn more about this in your impact section.

Your Updates section

Your updates section will magically display news from the projects where you have trees planted. This section will update frequently so you can follow the progress of all the projects you care about.

Even if you don't have trees from a project, you can still follow it and it will start displaying its updates in your forest. Learn more about this in your updates section.

🌳 Ready to start? Create your forest 🌳

You are 1 minute away from your new forest! Just click on the Login/Register button in the top-right corner.

Create forest

Edit your forest profile

Make sure to edit your forest profile and share your updates on social media!

Video tutorial

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