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Ongoing Projects

These projects are ongoing and are in need of funding to continuing growing. Your donations make a huge difference to us and we would appreciate your help with creating more awareness. The rising issues of climate change are pressing and there is a need to continue establishing environmental stewardship to make our planet sustainable in the future!


Mangrove Restoration, Bang Pu

Mangrove Restoration, Bang Pu

The aim of the project is to regenerate an ecologically damaged area through mangrove reforestation and conservation. At the moment, mangroves are one of the world’s most threatened habitats, more than half the world’s mangrove forests have already been destroyed. Less than 1% of the remaining mangrove forests have any form of protection. Mangroves once covered more than 3/4 of the tropical coastline, but is now a habitat threatened with extinction.

Royal Project (Mon Cham)

Royal Project (Mon Cham)

The aim of the project is natural forest restoration, and to support the Royal Forestry Department (RFD), whilst also helping to restore the ecological diversity and focusing on involving the local communities in the process from the beginning to provide sustainable maintenance of the planted area.

Phra Pradaeng Project

Phra Pradaeng Project

The aim of the project is to reforest unproductive land within Phra Pradaeng that has little remaining original vegetation on it and is covered with weeds. Existing trees will remain but weeds and grasses are cleared to allow the planting of native tree species suitable to the local area to regenerate the soil, bring back a forest, and restore biodiversity to the area.

Ratchaburi Project

Ratchaburi Project

The aim of this proposed project is to reforest unproductive land within Ratchaburi which have little remaining original vegetation on it and is covered with weeds. Existing trees will remain but weeds and grasses will be cleared to allow the planting of native tree species suitable to the local area to regenerate the soil, bring back a forest, and restore biodiversity to the area.

School Tree Nursery Programme

School Tree Nursery Programme

Plant A Tree Today (PATT) Foundation can provide your students a chance to learn how trees grow and why trees are so important to us and our environment. All children will learn the four stages of a tree nursery: Set Up – Seed Germination – Potting – Ready for Planting This is a hands-on programme with real trees which spans several months, the first 4-6 weeks being the most important. The length of the program will help to make caring for living things, second nature to the students.