Cheers to a Greener Future with Native's Tree Fund Initiative
Kia ora! If you're sipping on a cold can of Native right now, then you're already doing your part in helping to create a more sustainable future. But have you ever wondered why we're so committed to tree planting? Well, grab another can and let us break it down for you.
First off, let's talk about our values. At Native, we believe in making a positive impact on the world. And one of the ways in which we're doing that is through our tree planting initiative.
For every 40 cans of Native sold, we fund one tree to be planted on the home farm of our founders.
That means every time you sip on a can of our delicious bevvies, you're helping to create a healthier planet.
Now, you might be thinking, "okay, cool, but what's the big deal about planting trees?" Well, let us share with you this. Trees are like superheroes for our planet. They help to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their biomass, which helps to mitigate the effects of climate change. Plus, they provide habitat and food for a range of wildlife, from cheeky kiwis to beautiful kereru.
But that's not all. Tree planting can also have a positive impact on local communities. By planting trees in areas that have been deforested or degraded, we can help to improve soil quality, prevent erosion, and even mitigate the impact of natural disasters like floods and landslides. And let's not forget about the shade and shelter that trees provide for people and livestock.
So, why are we sharing all of this? Well, we want to encourage you to sip with purpose. By supporting businesses like Native that are committed to sustainability and tree planting, you can play a part in creating a more sustainable future. And if you're feeling inspired, why not get involved in tree planting initiatives in your local community? Every little bit helps.
In conclusion, tree planting is no joke. It's a vital tool in the fight against climate change and environmental degradation. So, let's raise a can of Native to trees and to a more sustainable future. Cheers to you. Here's to Nature!