As one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world, many villagers in Nepal depend on their environment for food, shelter and income
27 endangered species call Nepal's forests their homes, including Bengal Tigers, One-horned Rhinoceros, Asiatic Elephants and clouded leopards
91% of the population resides in rural areas
By planting a tree in partnership with the National Park system you can help to create and reforest a buffer zone that is essential to protect animal habitat
Meliaazadarach (All sites)
Terminaliachebula (Chitwan, Jhapa)
Bombaxceiba (All sites)
Acacia catechu (All sites)
Shorearobusta (Chitwan, Jhapa)
Choerospondiasaxillaris (Nawalparasi, Jhapa)
Dalbergiasissoo (Nawalparasi, Jhapa)
Cryptomeria japonica (Nawalparasi)
Cinnamomumtamala (Nawalparasi, Jhapa)
The Nawalparasi region in the West of Napal consists of difficult terrain that is unstable in deforested areas. The trees you plant help to anchor the soil and protect the villages from environmental disasters like landslides.
The grasslands in Jhapa are located on the border of India in the Southeaster tip of Nepal. The trees you plant help local villagers and community leaders reforest the land in this region.
Chitwan National Park
This was first national park in Nepal, established in 1973. The name means "Heart of the Jungle". This area is characterized by its tropical and subtropical forests.