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Lewis the Koala Pendant Necklace (Plants 1 Tree)ūüĆ≤

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MADE OF 925 STERLING SILVER

ONE¬†NECKLACE. ONE TREE.¬†ONE PLANETūüĆ≤ūüćÉ.¬†

Lewis the koala touched so many hearts around the world and became a symbol of the recent Australian bushfires. 

Unfortunately, about one week after a video of his daring rescue surfaced Lewis died in a local koala hospital after receiving intensive treatment.

Help restore koala habitats destroyed in the recent Australian bushfires. The country's koala populations have been a major victim of the fires, it is estimated that thousands of koalas have been killed by the fires and that 80 percent of their habitat has been destroyed. 

Australia and its ecosystems will have a long and difficult way to restore what was lost.

With the help of our generous customers, we are doing all that we can to bring awareness to the developing wildlife and human catastrophe brewing down under, we plant one tree for every bracelet sold in our store in Australia.¬†ūüíöūüĆ≥

The blazes have cost thousands of koala lives and other animals and trees native to Australia leaving many local species dangerously close to the endangered species list.

You can make a difference and help restore their devastated habitats, So that future generations can enjoy the beautiful and unique wildlife of Australia.¬†ūüĆ≥

  • Funds the planting of¬†1 TREE¬†in Australia.
  • Supports reforestation.
  • Restores lost habitats.
  • Raises awareness.

    WHAT IS HAPPENING?

    Australia just finished battling DEVASTATING wildfires. Most of the wildlife’s habitat has been completely destroyed since the fires have started. The animals; STARVING and dying from THIRST, literally have NOWHERE to go. Over a billion animals have already perished as a result and millions more are expected to die from loss of habitat within the next few years. Across the country, over 10 million hectares of Australian land have been burned to the ground. Thousands of bush fires have destroyed forests and fragile habitats in Australia. Unfortunately, this may only be the beginning of an all-time devastating tragedy. Your support is urgently needed to care for injured wildlife and to restore their habitat. 

    YOU CAN MAKE A DIRECT IMPACT.

    By purchasing a necklace from RegrowTogether you are directly funding our tree planting operation in Australia and helping raise awareness for the cause. Because of people like you, we are able to plant thousands and begin to restore lost habitats.

    HOW CAN I BE SURE THAT MY TREES ARE BEING PLANTED?

    Every time you make a purchase, we send you a confirmation email thanking you for your support. We also send you an electronic tree certificate & updates on the status of your tree, provided by our main reforestation partner whenever a planting session is taking place.

    WHAT CAN ONE TREE DO?

    One single tree provides food, shelter, and water to hundreds of animals. Many of which are critically endangered. Planting one tree can restore their habitat and protect these precious animals from total extinction.

    WHAT YOU'LL GET...

    When you join our movement, you receive our handmade Gold Koala Habitat Restoration Band and an official electronic tree certificate with your name on it. 

    We will also keep you updated with photos and information provided by our reforestation partners from time to time.

    WHY PLANT TREES?

    #1 PROTECT ENDANGERED SPECIES

    Australia is the last refuge to a variety of unique animals and plants not found anywhere else on the planet. If we do not take action and help restore their habitat now, there won't a way to avoid the extinction of these unique species.

    #2 CREATE JOBS FOR THE COMMUNITY


    Our partners work closely with local landowners and the community to integrate sustainable procedures into productive farming and create new jobs in the rural Australian economy.

    #3 PRESERVE NATIVE TREES

    Australia is blessed with gorgeous, diverse forests; with trees covering two-thirds of the state. By planting native species in degraded areas, we can support this unique and fragile ecosystem. 

    Over 80,000 Trees PLANTED!¬†ūüėä

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