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See below for our Frequently Asked Questions and contact us if you have more, thanks!

  • Are you a non-for-profit?

    We are not a profit with a purpose company. Furthermore, we are in the process of being certified by a third party called 'B-corp' which means that we want to use our business as a force for good.

    B Corporations, or B Corps, make decisions that make a positive impact across their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.

  • How do you select the NGO forestry partners you work with?

    We ensure that all partners have clear social and environmental performance at the core of their operations that are part of their decision-making over time.

    As an independent or publicly-owned business, our partners need to have amended corporate governing documents or adopted a legal entity or governance structure that requires consideration of all stakeholders in its decision-making (e.g. benefit corporation).

  • When do you actually plant the trees?

    Trees are planted at the time that is best suited for their germination in the selected area.

    We work with our forestry partners who are on the ground and reforest selecting a mix of seedlings or specially coated seeds using our drones for hard to reach areas. We also plant seedlings when not using the drones.

  • Who can you help with your drones?

    We aim at replanting damaged landscapes after mining, forest fires, or logging, alongside transport corridors (such as train lines and highways) and agriculture projects.

    We also work with local indigenous communities, environmental organisations, and seed specialists to select native species suitable for the region we’re targeting, each seed playing an important part in the revegetation of the entire ecosystem.

    We also aim to extend this project to hard to reach areas such as landslides or steep escarpments, support the survival of wildlife near significant infrastructure and increase mangrove planting in coastal areas.

    Our patent-pending drone-planting systems aim for an uptake rate of 70% and an 85% decrease in planting costs. This means that in the same time it would take one person to plant around 800 seedlings by hand in a day, our drones operated by one person could plant over a quarter of a million seeds (288,000 to be exact) – and at a fraction of the cost (85% less).