Finde deinen Baum mit dem NIKIN TreeTracker - NIKIN EU

Find your tree with the NIKIN TreeTracker

Where are the 1.3 million trees that NIKIN has already planted? With the NIKIN TreeTracker it is now possible to find out independently where the tree for your purchased item is located.

«Where is my tree?» or “For which project was my tree planted?” we often get these and other questions. We would be happy to provide information about this, but it was about time for a more efficient solution than individual emails. Thought, done and now there is the NIKIN TreeTracker, which shows you in which country and for which project we donated your tree.

Would you like to plant a tree yourself? Register for our TreePlantingDays today!

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How does the NIKIN TreeTracker work?

All you need is your order number and internet access. Just go to About on our website and the NIKIN TreeTracker  will immediately catch your eye. In a figurative sense, of course. You can find out what it all looks like in the video.

 

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NIKIN TreeTracker: Projects and partner organization

We work with the Canadian organization One Tree Planted for tree planting. This manages the various projects around the world together with local authorities and associations. They planted a tree for a dollar each. The local population is involved wherever possible. The newly created forests are also tailored to the existing flora and fauna and are intended to withstand climate changes in the long term.

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Change the world with NIKIN Tree by Tree

One of the projects we support is the Araguaia Biodiversity Corridor. This starts at the source of the Araguaia River in Emas National Park and goes over 2600km to Belem in northern Brazil, where the river flows into the Atlantic Ocean. The corridor project has a clear goal: to plant as many indigenous trees as possible. Of the 10.4 million hectares of land, 2 million hectares are to be reforested and 2.4 trillion trees are to be planted. The area includes two of the largest ecosystems in the world: the Amazon rainforest and the Cerrado savannas.

Even if it's just a tree, your contribution is an important part of something big. Find your donated tree now and discover how much good you have already done!

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