Addressing poverty and climate change


Open Source Technology to power economical ecology



Each year, forests dwindle while people starve, unable to find sustaining work.
Let’s fix both these problems - with one solution.
Help build a market-driven open-source system to employ the poorest people around the world to reforest destroyed landscapes.

How it works

1. Planters grow trees

Planters take geotagged photos of the trees they plant and tend. GreenStand verifies those efforts and turns them into tree tokens.

2. Donors fund planters

Donate, receive your tree data points and monitor the trees you’ve funded while offsetting carbon, fighting deforestation, and providing meaningful employment.

3. Tree data

Openly available tree panting data can be used by science to create models on future global restoration projects.

Treetracker app

The Treetracker project is a mobile and cloud based software system that creates a direct transparent link between tree planters and their trees.

Turning tree planters into growers our data helps understanding and monitoring who planted what tree, where it is located and how long each tree is surviving.

Our opensource platform lays the framework to value and invest in the incremental growth of trees.

View the results

  • A link to the indivdual tree
  • A direct link between the Farmer and the Donor anywhere in the world
  • Direct monetary compensation for environmental services into the most remote areas

Interactive digital forest

Tree plantings and growth updates are mapped out based on real data. We keep data up to date by insentifying follow up. 


Plant, grow and access funding
using the  

TreeTracker App


Planting Organisations
and Initiatives

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