“A man does not plant a tree for himself; he plants it for prosperity”, said Alexander Smith.

Lebanon is known for its cedar trees, but cedar forests currently cover only 0.0002% of the country's land, due to climate change and over-harvesting.

By adopting a Cedar, it is not only about planting a tree, it is investing in the future of a beautiful country, boosting ecotourism, and leaving a far greater legacy.

In collaboration with Jouzour Loubnan, we adopted this tree in order to contribute in the reforestation of Lebanese mountains and making Lebanon a greener and healthier country.