B'n'Tree - How you plant trees with travel
B'n'Tree was founded in September 2018 in Southern Germany by Chris Kaiser. The name B'n'Tree is derived from the English B'n'B, meaning Bed & Breakfast. The Ulm/Neu-Ulm Touristik GmbH also participates in the project and plants trees every year.
Trees create habitat for endangered species and thus prevent the extinction of species. They help in the fight against climate change by storing CO2, minimizing land erosion and restoring natural water cycles. Furthermore, planting trees creates new jobs and sustainable income for the local population.
Local communities benefit not only from planting the trees, but also from the consequences, such as harvesting fruit trees, more successful fishing in afforested mangrove forests or the emergence of nature tourism.
The trees are paid for from the marketing budget of Ulm/Neu-Ulm Touristik GmbH. Instead of investing it in printing new brochures or social media and Google Ads, we invest it in trees to attract great people like you as a customer.
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