Tree Request Form
Submit this form to request fruit trees
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Trees That Feed Foundation. Planting fruit trees to feed people, create jobs and benefit the environment.  
TREE REQUEST FORM. We can offer breadfruit, mango, ackee and many other fruit trees. We encourage breadfruit for its nutrition and calories. You can collect donated trees for free, courtesy of Trees That Feed Foundation. We cannot provide citrus, coconut or exotic varieties. And remember, for survival, trees need a lot of care while they are young! The most important thing is WATER. Also you must protect from roaming animals (goats, cows). Many expensive trees are lost to neglect! Don't ask for more than you can handle!

We ask for this information to get the most success for the trees. Full and complete answers actually speeds up the process.  Please don't submit multiple or duplicate requests, it only causes delays in processing.  

We are traveling for the next few days, so our responses may be a bit slower. Please bear with us.
Your last name: *
Your first name: *
Your organization (if any):
Phone number: *
Email: *
Address of location where trees are to be planted (include GPS if possible): *
What is nearest town to where the trees are to be planted? What Parish/District? How far away from the town to the trees? *
Do you (or a caretaker) live on the property? *
How many trees requested, total? *
Describe trees requested (how many of each type).  Not all varieties are always available. *
What other fruit trees grow in that area? List the top three. *
Size of property to be planted (acres) (approximately) *
What is the elevation of your property (height above sea level) (indicate FEET or METERS) *
Water supply: *
How do you plan to care for the young trees? *
Your experience with agriculture: Other crops growing? Formal education? *
You agree to send us a report and photos after 3 months by email or WhatsApp *
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