JOIN OUR MISSION
Restore land every month with the world’s first drone-based reforestation service. Whether it’s business or personal, we have a subscription plan to suit you and your sustainability goals.
HOW IT WORKS
Select the service that’s right for you.
AirSeed offers a range of plans to suit your budget and level of contribution. Whether big or small, your subscription will have a lasting impact on our landscapes.
Our drones plant on your behalf.
Using drone technology, our experts plant seed pods for you at one of our many project sites. What’s more, we monitor them long-term, to ensure each pod has the best possible conditions to thrive.
See the impact for yourself.
You’ll receive ongoing updates via your personal dashboard, including how many pods you’ve planted, how much CO2 you’ve removed, and how much land has been restored thanks to you.
Spread the good word.
We know that sharing is caring. That’s why our referral program rewards you for inviting others. For each successful referral, you’ll both earn bonus seed pods to boost your restoration efforts. The more people involved, the greater your impact.
WHY IS REFORESTATION IMPORTANT?
Natural solutions to restoring biodiversity, like planting trees, are the most effective methods for removing CO2 from the atmosphere and fighting the effects of climate change. Planting trees purifies our air, improves soil quality for our food and regulates our marine life.
THE DIFFERENCE OUR MEMBERS ARE MAKING
Total seed pods planted:
Each pod contains supplementary nutrients, minerals, and everything else needed to give our seeds the best possible start in life.
Total C02 removed:
As our plants grow, they remove carbon dioxide from our atmosphere, helping to reverse the effects of climate change.
Total land restored:
Every metre counts towards reversing the millions of hectares of forest lost every year.
SOME OF OUR PROJECTS
This project aims to establish koala habitat and food trees (swamp mahogany Eucalyptus robusta) within the Cattai Wetlands after bushfires and floods caused widespread damage in 2019-2020. Previously farmland, the 500ha Cattai Wetlands area has been an ongoing restoration project for almost 20 years.
This site is owned by a young family who are passionate about restoring their land to something that will live on. Together, we're creating a project that will represent an important habitat refuge in an otherwise treeless landscape.
Passed down several generations, this farm is currently in the hands of a young family who are passionate about restoring the local landscape. The Nimmitabel project represents an important habitat refuge in this agricultural landscape, as this site and the surrounding areas have experienced long-term degradation.
WHO WE WORK WITH
Drones are aiding bushfire recovery and helping in the response to coronavirus
Technology Journalist - The Australian
Drones could greatly accelerate reforestation efforts around the world
Journalist - The Sydney Morning Herald
AirSeed's mission to give Mother Nature a 'kick up the bum'
Journalist - ZDNet