Plant A Tree

Our Plant A Tree Initiative

Our branch of eco conscious farmers in Drobo, the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana will plant a tree in your name as a sponsor. You will be updated by email, phone or via our web platform regarding the growth of your tree project. We currently have 10cm potted Teak, Fig, Olive, Cashew and Cocoa trees available.   


Our total of 164 acre Faaman Farms and other small farms in Faaman, Drobo in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana has cocoa, cashew and teak trees from our previous project. We aim to add the olive, fig, sequoia and sherman trees to it. 


If you think you have the foresight, passion and love for tree life and the importance of being eco conscious then recycling is for reward for you. 


All you need to do is donate your unwanted but usable household or office items to the needy farmers in the  Drobo district of Ghana.  Our Service includes packaging, shipping and delivery of your donated items to our project farmers or a project farmer of your choice for little or no fee (see our policy). 


In return, you will be rewarded with a 10cm potted tree or an existing mature tree of your choice based on availability. It just doesn't end there, you will receive regular updates on this tree project and in particular, the dedicated tree to your name. Yes,  we will  name the tree as per your wish. A professionally framed photograph signed by the local chief and the farmer will be delivered to you by secure mail or our delivery courier. 

Plant and grow a tree where you have never been before and connect to it and its carer in such a visual, insightful and supportive way. 

Know the life of this tree all your life and be self enlightened to the nature of the tree and of life.

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Blog Post

Life of the fig tree.


Teak trees and their benefits.


Olive trees,  the miracle trees


My family tree and my favourite tree

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