How To Grow A Tree From A Biodegradable Pet Urn

Read our guide on how to grow a tree from a biodegradable pet urn, giving you an overview of the steps you need to create the perfect memorial for your pet.

Read More published - 10 months ago

Treemendous partnerships

Greenpop and Biotree.earth

We often hear of how partners should help each other grow, well in this specific case those values take on a very literal meaning in the partnership between Biotree.earth and Greenpop.

Read More published - 1 year ago

Preparing your Biotree Urn

A step by step guide

Do you have a Biotree Urn but you're unsure how to prepare it? We've got you covered with our easy 5-step approach.

Read More published - 1 year ago

HOW THE MORINGA TREE

BECAME AN UNLIKELY HERO IN LIMPOPO

In the Tooseng village of Limpopo, a group of women are planting Moringa trees to support their impoverished communities.

Read More published - 1 year ago

Our deep connection

with the soil of the earth

Human rituals, history, and cultures are rooted in the relationship we have with soil.

Read More published - 1 year ago

10 Earth Day Tips

To make our planet a better place

Earth Day is celebrated globally every year on April 22. With the aim to encourage people to be more environment friendly, the day is celebrated with festivals, rallies and celebrity support. Today, as we celebrate Earth Day 2017, let's take a moment to think about what we can actually do to help save the planet.

Read More published - 1 year ago

CELEBRATING LIFE WITH DOGTOWN

DRIVING A CAUSE TO LEAVE BEHIND A LIVING LEGACY

Biotree.earth and Dogtown SA are campaigning together to raise funds towards creating a memorial forest on the Dogtown property in honour of dearly departed furry friends.

Read More published - 1 year ago

Upon Africa’s highest mountain

stands Africa's tallest tree

The tallest tree in Africa, and one of the tallest trees in the world has been found growing on Tanzania's Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain.

Read More published - 1 year ago

How Nature Effects Us

European study find that access to nature reduces depression and obesity.

People living close to trees and green spaces are less likely to be obese, inactive, or dependent on anti-depressants, according to a new report. Middle-aged Scottish men with homes in deprived but verdant areas were found to have a death rate 16% lower than their more urban counterparts. Pregnant women also received a health boost from a greener environment, recording lower blood pressures and giving birth to larger babies, research in Bradford found. Overall, nature is an under-recognised healer, the paper says, offering multiple health benefits from allergy reductions to

Read More published - 1 year ago

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