How to plant trees

Tiers & rewards

Forest Warden
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Forest Warden

- 10% off next purchase

- Exclusive content delivered to your inbox

Forest Guardian
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Forest Guardian

- 10% off store wide (forever)

- Exclusive content & rewards delivered to your inbox

- Dive into our new products with priority access

Forest Custodian
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Forest Custodian

- 15% off store wide (forever)

- Exclusive content & rewards delivered to your inbox

- Dive into our new products with priority access

- Go on rotation as one of the lucky Zoralians who get to test out (& keep) our newest products when they drop

TreeKeepers Rewards in a nutshell

Journeys in nature are what inspired the Zorali journey. So we’re dedicated to giving back to the planet that nurtures and continues to inspire us. Tree planting benefits us all, so we decided to bring our customers along to dig a few holes – figuratively speaking, of course.

How TreeKeepers Rewards works

Every time you create a Zorali account, purchase one of our products, follow us on the socials, or refer a friend, you earn rewards points, which come in the form of actual trees planted. As you accumulate trees, you move through the TreeKeepers canopy, generating discounts and members-only perks as you go. It’s free and simple to use, and you can track your forest size as you go.

What’s up with all the trees?

You only have to look at a majestic Mountain Ash to understand the awe-inspiring power of trees. Plus, because they generate the precious oxygen we breathe, they’re keeping us and all of our wildlife pals alive. Oh, and they store carbon on Earth. Planting 10 trees for every Zorali purchase in an area of severe deforestation is our contribution to our future planet.

Is it BYO spade?

Not quite. We’re currently planting in Kenya. So carbon offsetting your flights would be an issue. Instead, via our reforestation partners, Eden, we’re employing local villagers to plant native trees. Restoring their local environment that’s been devastated by logging, and creating jobs to help lift Kenyan communities out of poverty. Win win.

Here’s where your trees are heading

North of Kenya’s capital city Nairobi, the village of Kijabe, stands on the edge of the Great Rift Valley. It is known for its dry steep terrain and Afromontane forests. The area’s home to many pastoral communities who rely on the local ecosystem to sustain themselves and the economy. Due to deforestation events related to charcoal harvesting, the land is highly degraded. Our project partners, Eden, use multiple methods of reforestation, including farmer-managed natural regeneration, to help restore the area to its wondrous exotic beauty.