Treeography FAQ

How it works?

The service works as platform with two groups of users: nature parks and protected areas register specific locations where forest is dead and new trees need to be planted; on the other hand, individuals and companies choose areas for reforestation and the number of trees to be planted.

What is included in the price?

  1. Deforestation of the dead forest and clearance operations in the area (in some projects the area is already cleared)
  2. Soil preparation - cutting furrows for seedlings
  3. Purchase of seedlings or saplings
  4. Planting seedlings or saplings
  5. Mechanized aftercare for 5 years
  6. Taxes and our company’s fee for the registration of new affected areas, planting control, five-year aftercare, and improvement of space imagery on the planting site.

Why is the price so low?

The cost is largely reduced due to the scale because the forester plants thousands of trees at once, funded by hundreds of people.

Why is the price of products different?

The cost of reforestation depends on the geographic conditions in the area, complexity of the terrain, need for preparation before planting, differences in regional allowances that affect remuneration of foresters, on the planting materials used and their availability near the planting area, prices for all types of work, consumables, etc.

When will my forest be planted?

The most favorable months for forest planting are April and May, September and October. The date indicated on the website is an estimate. The forester will determine dates with more accuracy based on weather conditions and the capacity level of the area. The forester announces the exact date on the website two weeks before planting.

Will they cut down my forest after planting?

No, they will not, because we are restoring forest in protected natural areas subject to a special conservation and protection regime.

Why do we restore some particular tree species?

The species of trees to be planted are decided by the local forester based on what plants historically have grown in that area and what species are necessary to restore the damaged ecosystem.

Where do seedlings/saplings originate from and what they actually are?

Seedling /sapling is a young tree, two or three years old or younger, which takes root much better than mature trees. Seedlings/saplings are supplied by the best forest nursery in the region chosen by the forester.

How do I know exactly where my trees are?

Your Forest Planting Certificate shows the geolocation of your forest in the form of GPS-data. So, you can visit your forest in 5 or 50 years, or even later.

Can I cancel my order?

Yes, you can. To cancel your order, send the order confirmation email you got to with the ‘Cancel’ remark.