L'OCCITANE Supports the Woodland Trust

Since 1976, L'OCCITANE has been protecting the richness of our lands and we are committed to defending biodiversity for the generations to come. Respecting Biodiversity is a key commitment of L'OCCITANE's.

Our Proud Achievements

Over the past five years, L'OCCITANE has been working with Woodland Trust, donating over £153,000 to restore and protect our natural forests.This year, we are celebrating our donation of £52k to Woodland trust.

To date, we have helped to plant over 12,200 native trees and purchased seed and compost for 100,000 new saplings to be planted in Little Doward Valley, UK, in an area of 2 hectares. By training volunteers and working with wildlife experts, our funding will also help introduce new animal species back into woodland areas to create a naturally stronger eco system for us all.

We have supported the regeneration of over 5 arces of wild forest and funded 800 trees to be planted in Wye Valley, in the UK.

*L'OCCITANE has been working with Woodland Turst since 2019. Between 2019 and 2020 Woodland Trust projects were founded through PUR project.

Our Proud Achievements Our Proud Achievements

Why Woodland Trust?

The Woodland Trust is the UK's largest woodland conservation charity, and has planted over 50 million trees since 1972. Their two goals are, similarly to L'OCCITANE, preserving biodiversity and restoring ecosystems through woodland preservation and tree planting.

Between 2016 and 2021, 15.3 million trees have been planted to lock up harmful carbon dioxide, provide cleaner air among many other benefits and create new habitats for wildlife and places for people to enjoy.

Additionally, over 19,000 hectares of ancient woodland have been committed to restoration to reverse years of decline, protect the ancient woodland that is left and provide the conditions for threatened native species and unique ecosystems to thrive once more.

Our Biodiversity Is Threatened

Over half of the world's coral reefs have disappeared in the last 30 years.

12,000 species of plants are endangered.

The number of vertebrates in the world has been halved since 1970.

*Pictures provided by Woodland Trust.

The Woodland Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales (No. 294344) and in Scotland (No. SC038885).