10,000 Trees Planted
In 2021, local farmers from villages of Haryana planted 10,006 saplings of multiple species after an in-depth assessment of their farms undertaken by the Earthworm team.
In line with climate action commitments, the Indian Government aims to have around 33 percent of tree cover by 2030.
Watch Earthworm's video to learn how we are helping increase tree cover and restore biodiversity in farms.
Supporting Local Farmers
Since 2018, Earthworm's Mitti Bole ("Soil Speaks" in Hindi) project has been working with farmers to promote agricultural practices that preserve soil health for future generations.
Watch Earthworm's video to learn how we are supporting local economies and local environments where we do business.
“We are excited to be a part of Earthworm’s initiative to reduce carbon emissions on the planet,” said Julie Grant, owner. “India is an integral part of our business, and we are committed to supporting local farming communities to decrease global warming.”
The Earthworm Foundation has 20 years of experience working with companies to find solutions to environmental and social challenges. This includes working with supply chains to “transform the way everyday products are produced with sustainable solutions that benefit the planet.”