Trees can, like sponges, help sequester carbon and thereby reduce the impact of man-made CO2emissions. Locally, trees provide habitat for wildlife, food for people and animals, and stabilize the soil. A gift of a tree lasts for generations.
Working in conjunction with its Indonesian partners, Orang Utan Republik Foundation (OURF) is offering the opportunity to support the planting and maintenance of trees in Sumatra through an Adopt-a-Tree Certificate Program. Planting trees to contribute towards the reforestation of land adjacent to orangutan habitat. The Orangutan Caring Club of North Sumatra has permission from the Forestry Department to plant trees on degraded land next to and within Gunung Leuser National Park.
You can help OURF support the tree planting activities being carried out by the Orangutan Caring Club. You can choose how many trees to plant and the recipient of the tree-planting certificate. All certificates, along with the letter and photographs if applicable, will be delivered electronically. Your trees will be planted in/near Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatra.