Welcome to the Jungle

Treescape Planet is a not-for-profit initiative and social enterprise dedicated to promoting reforestation and sustainable land management practices around the world with a mission; “to make all persons of the community champions of sustainable development with a focus on promoting afforestation, agroforestry and re-afforestation.”

We believe trees are mother earth’s way of showering us with love, showing us beauty & teaching us how important it is to be self-sustainable.

Since its foundation in 2020, over 3700 trees have been planted in Uganda, and we are expanding. All trees are planted directly by local farmers and bring environmental, social and financial benefits to their communities. Thanks to its initiative model.

Treescape SDGs Impact

Treescape Planet Organization addresses these challenges by aligning its initiatives
with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through its work, Treescape aims
to achieve multiple SDGs

SDG 1

End poverty in all forms everywhere

Treescape partners with rural smallholder farmers to increase their income. Treescape prioritizes partnerships with rural communities to provide access to urban markets for their goods. Treescape provides the link needed for these farmers to earn more from their harvest – both energy crops and food crops.

Based on our baseline survey, over 80% of our partner farmers sell their crops to a middleman or in the village, where prices are much lower and perpetuate the cycle of poverty. Treescape aims to break this cycle as will be able to earn a higher price for the wood products that the farmers produce by providing access to a better market in urban centres.

SDG 2

End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture

Treescape’s work impacts food security. We pair nitrogen-fixing trees with keycrops, creating intercropping systems that  increase productivity while also improving soil quality.

Treescape’s agroforestry systems don’t solely fix carbon into the soil – they also increase agricultural yields, generating more food for our partner households and improving nutritional outcomes.

SDG 4

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education, and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

When firewood is scarce, children and women are usually the ones tasked with searching and collecting fuelwood from far places. This often means that children miss school while collecting fuelwood.

Treescape is creating fuelwood lots located on our partner households’ land, ensuring that it is easily accessible in the future, so that children can stay in school instead of looking for firewood.

The fruit trees Treescape provides can also provide continual income to pay for school fees, as we push the narrative of “planting trees for the future – children”.

SDG 5

Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

Women make up almost half of the smallholder agricultural workforce, but usually have much less access to resources like credit and quality inputs. According to FAO, if women smallholders received the same access to productive resources, agricultural yields could rise by 20-30%. When agricultural yields increase, there is less pressure for deforestation and clearing of additional agricultural land.

That’s why Treescape prioritizes working with female smallholder farmers through our work, with almost 60% of our partner farmers being female. Treescape works to improve female farmers’ access to training and quality inputs through our work, ensuring that they are at the center of our work.

Our project will ensure that the needs and disparities and the needs and priorities of men and women are given equal consideration. Gender analysis will be conducted to identify how gender norms, roles, and relations impact the project, and strategies will be developed to address any gender gaps that are identified.

SDG 7

Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all

Treescape’s sustainable woodlots replace old-growth forests as the source of charcoal in Uganda, allowing these valuable carbon stores to stay intact.

SDG 8

Promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all

Treescape hopes to work with thousands of smallholder farmers working in the informal agricultural sector. Through programming and partnership with the people of Uganda, Treescape will achieve higher economic productivity along the entire supply chain, promoting innovation and new technology at each step.

SDG 13

Climate Action

Treescape’s efforts align with SDG 13, which addresses climate action. By reducing deforestation, restoring landscapes, and promoting sustainable practices, Treescape contributes to mitigating climate change and building resilience against its impacts.

The organization recognizes the urgency of addressing climate change and integrates climate considerations into its environmental conservation and restoration initiatives.

SDG 15

Protect, restore, and promote sustainable use terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss

Forest cover in Uganda is disappearing at an alarming rate, driven mostly by the need for agricultural expansion and fuelwood. This forest cover also encompasses crucial habitats for endangered species. Treesacape works to halt this deforestation and rehabilitate degraded landscapes through our agroforestry programming, planting trees among crops and restoring biodiversity.

Treescape programs are designed to
contribute to environmental sustainability and climate resilience, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting the conservation and restoration of natural resources.

SDG 17

Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

Treescape has and is building meaningful relationships with government officials from the local level to national policymakers.

Treescape believes in partnering with a wide variety of institutions, including academic partners, private sector actors, and non-governmental organizations, to achieve the SDGs.

Projects & Impact

Food Trees

We’ve all heard the saying, “The way to a person’s heart is through their stomach.” The way to the heart of some of society’s most urgent problems, such as environmental destruction and income inequality, is also through food.
From farm to fork, our tree-food production has a significant impact on the livelihoods of people and places around our communities. Remember, sharing nutritious food is not just a hand-out at Treescape Organization, it’s recognizing someone’s common humanity.

As we all know, farming is a common language. Everyone eats, which means a diverse range of stakeholders, from producers to businesspeople, lawyers, and activists, have a part in promoting more sustainable food production which promotes environmental conservation.

Fruit Trees

With this action of combined efforts, these ecologically sustainable, local and community-based fruits not only support their own producers, societies, and the environment but also supports science.
As we spread the regenerative agriculture framework to indigenous communities, we return an inspiration to the beginning, young, and family farmers who maintain hope that “what they are doing can be scalable,”.

This is where we like to begin our work with others, asking farmers what motivates them to be a farmer in the first place.

Lwetunga Tree Planting Village

Treescape planet Organization works with communities to exercise agroforestry. Agroforestry-the use of trees in farming-benefits both farmers and the environment.

According to a recent report by Biodiversity International, the Center for International Forestry Research, the World Agroforestry Centre, forests contribute to the livelihoods of more than 1.6 billion people.

Yet, 30 percent of the world’s forests are used primarily for the production of wood products. Agroforestry is defined as the integration of trees and shrubs into crop and animal farming systems.

These practices can help landowners diversify products and create social, economic, and environmental benefits.

Treescape planet Organization works with communities to exercise agroforestry. Agroforestry-the use of trees in farming-benefits both farmers and the environment.
According to a recent report by Biodiversity International, the Center for International Forestry Research, the World Agroforestry Centre, forests contribute to the livelihoods of more than 1.6 billion people. Yet, 30 percent of the world’s forests are used primarily for the production of wood products.

Agroforestry is defined as the integration of trees and shrubs into crop and animal farming systems. These practices can help landowners diversify products and create social, economic, and environmental benefits.

trees and forests provide more than just food—they can enhance soils, protect biodiversity, preserve precious water supplies, and even help reduce the impacts of climate change. by planting food-bearing trees and other trees, tpo recognizes that edible trees simply aren’t utilized to their maximum potential; while over 20,000 edible tree species exist, fewer than 20 species provide the majority of food worldwide. trees that feed promotes biodiversity while providing nourishment for people, creating jobs, and benefiting the environment.

the tpo recognized the role that trees can play in feeding a community and discovered an opportunity to a meliorate the situation of hungry communities. tpo also realized the crucial function of trees as carbon sequestration sinks and soil conservation resources, meaning they can act to mitigate climate change.

the tpo’s crops are versatile, and can be grown by small farmers, on field margins, and even in urban centres. certain trees can additionally act as a support network for smaller understory plants, such as coffee, mangos, and avocado. this has been exercised with communities in lwetunga kapeeka sub county, nakaseke district in uganda.

Climate-Friendly, Healthy Food

Food-service operations in schools, hospitals, universities, businesses and restaurants supply nearly half of all meals in the Country. By redirecting their massive purchasing power, these food establishments have a huge opportunity to help us transition to a healthier, more sustainable, and equitable food system.
What is climate-friendly food service? Healthy, climate-friendly food service achieves a lower carbon and water footprint than traditional food service by offering a wider array of healthy, plant-based and plant-forward foods.

It also cuts emissions by reducing overall food and packaging waste, sourcing from farms that use carbon-enhancing, healthy soil practices and implementing recycling and other energy and water-saving measures.

Climate-friendly food also supports public health goals and has the potential to save lives and billions of dollars in healthcare costs. There is widespread consensus amongst public health organizations that eating less meat, especially processed and red meats, can reduce the risk of diet-related illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

Community Engagement

Small daily environmental conservation actions can have a huge impact on sustainability. Treescape Planet is working with a mission of making this world greener than how we found it. For years, Treescape Planet Organization, along with communities and its volunteers, is planting and nurturing trees in Uganda.
We can do more together than we can alone. The expertise and support we provide help businesses, individuals, and environmental partners directly work together to deliver greater impact.

Treescape Planet has long worked with Indigenous groups to empower their voices and advocate for the protection and conservation of their environment. Our Organization and network create opportunities for collaboration, learning and inspired storytelling that makes environmental giving easier, smarter, and more accessible to all.

Environment Impact Of Treescape Planet Organization’s Tree Plantation

New visitors might not be able to understand the impact of planting trees right away. Still, people who are regular visitors to Treescape Planet action locations can recognize the change in the place because of the trees we have planted.
Not only does planting trees impact Carbon sequestration, Biodiversity, Soil conservation, Air quality, and water conservation, but it also has many more positive environmental impacts and is an important step in promoting sustainability and preserving the natural environment.

We have served our nature with love and we are happy

3700 +
Trees Planted
20000 +
Lives Impacted
25 +
Trees Species

Why Choose Us

Accountability
We are a transparent team and accountable of every donation that we receive




Community Support
Most of the trees planted, provide food for the local communities and some food is used as a source of income



Plant Trees for Life
Trees are essential to all life on earth. They give us oxygen, clear air, food, protection, coolness and water.



Dedicated Team
We are a decisive organization with a team of enthusiastic people who commit themselves everyday with heart and soul to a green and healthy earth

It starts with you!

Our trees are planted in agroforestry projects that promote virtuous interaction among different species and sustainable use of resources and land. All trees are good for the environment: they absorb CO2, emit oxygen, promote biodiversity, counteract soil erosion and much more.

What You Can Do

We believe trees are mother earth’s way of showering us with love, showing us beauty & teaching us how important it is to be self-sustainable.

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