Our services in 3 steps  

We offer a lot of care, expertise and even personality with our projects, but of course there is so much more. To help explain exactly what we provide, let’s dive into our services in three parts:

 1: We turn carbon emissions into forests

Corporations and organizations are continuing to take steps to become more sustainable and reduce their carbon footprint. One way they are doing this is by offsetting their carbon emission through planting trees. Reforestation is the greatest and most natural way to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. It has a host of additional benefits, making it a very impactful way to take climate action. Land Life Company is like a one-stop shop because we provide end-to-end reforestation services. From collecting initial data to creating the planting design to being in the field getting our hands dirty to tracking and monitoring the trees after they have been planted – we are involved throughout the entire process to make sure our trees turn into healthy forests. And as a tech-driven reforestation, we are constantly improving our methods with our technology. 

  1. We restore land through reforestation 

Our customers and partners want to plant trees for a variety of reasons — from boosting company morale to caring about a specific location or ecosystem to other sustainability program goals. Our projects help restore degraded lands — where nature needs intervention — due to over-cultivation, overgrazing, urbanization and wildfires. Our main focus is on large-scale tree plantings in places such as the United States, Spain and Australia. We make sure to plant the right trees in the right place at the right time, which helps repair soil and water health and revives important forest ecosystems. This benefits communities and wildlife alike. 

  1. We share real-time impact

After the trees are in the ground, we upload data and other details into our global reforestation database. Our customers and partners have access to their projects and can see and share things such as a list of the tree species planted, how much CO2 is captured, a map of the planting and pictures from the field.  

Reach out to our team, if you are interested in learning more or want to plant trees together.