CAMBEK Sustainability Program
Place an Order. We'll Plant 10 Trees!

As a sustainability-focused company, it's our mission to limit our impact on the environment. That's why we partner with global organizations to plant millions of trees every year, helping maintain the Earth's natural forests while supplying critical industries with the lumber they need to build their products.

For every door, gate, or set of shutters we handcraft, we help plant 10 trees in various locations across the world.



Order any garage door, entry door, entry gate, or set of shutters from us!


Upon completion of your order, we'll donate money to our partner organization to plant 10 trees in sponsored areas across North America.


After your trees are planted, you'll get photos and updates on your trees that include the species planted and the ecological benefits.

Help CAMBEK Renew Our Nation's Forests

There are an estimated 228 billion trees in the US.

That's about 2/3 the number of trees there were in the 1600s. This decrease may sound like we are headed for a bare landscape quickly, but not all hope is lost. Experts agree that there are more trees in the U.S. today than there were 100 years ago. The trend has been reversed thanks to reforestation efforts across the U.S.

Since the 1940s, forest growth in the U.S. has continually exceeded harvest, according to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and it's all thanks to conservationists, responsible companies, and people just like you!

Reforestation Efforts Help

  • Limit the impact of wildfires
  • Absorb carbon dioxide
  • Reduce global temperatures
  • Support and protect local wildlife
  • Increase community engagement and economic outcomes
  • Protect local water supplies
  • Prevent deforestation
  • Save local tree species
  • Block noise

Where We Plant



The second largest province in Canada, Ontario is home to massively diverse forests that house a large variety of flora and fauna. Ontario is more than 60 percent forest; its trees span 71 million hectares, a land area greater than the size of Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands combined.

Despite these massive forests, they are not immune to deforestation. Canada has failed to meet its tree planting goals in these areas, a threat to the incredible biodiversity that resides there.

Should these forests dwindle, the habitats of many prominent animal species in Canada—including moose, black bears, caribou, and many others—will begin to disappear.




Canada’s largest province, Québec is home to more than 225 species of bird, 50 species of tree, and 60 mammal species. Much of its forest area comes from the Boreal Forest, the largest forest in Canada and the world’s largest intact forest ecosystem.

Should these forests dwindle, the habitats of many prominent animal species in Canada—including moose, black bears, caribou, and many others—will begin to disappear.


British Columbia


Canada’s westernmost province is known for its coastline, mountains, lakes, rivers, and dense forests. It’s also home to an incredible amount of biodiversity, including the Canadian Lynx, Snowy Owl, Moose, and so many other species of wildlife.

In recent years, insects and disease have killed many of the trees in these forests, which have in turn become fuel for wildfires that kill even more. Many acres of forest have been lost, but restoration efforts are helping maintain prominent beauty of this province.




Oregon has been hit particularly hard when it comes to deforestation. About 522,000 acres of forest have disappeared since 2000 alone, which equates to more than half the state forests there. These forests are important because of the wildlife they foster, the water their filter, and the recreational opportunities they provide.

Reforestation efforts have helped restore many of the state’s natural environments and watersheds, helping birds, fish, and many other types of wildlife thrive once more.




Home to a large portion of the Rocky Mountains, Idaho is filled with beautiful landscapes, countless streams and rivers, and more than 20.4 million acres of forest. These natural habitats support a wide variety of marine wildlife, including essential populations of trout.

Unfortunately, wildfires have threatened the climate, stability, and natural forests of this wonderful state, giving reforestation efforts an important place in The Gem State.




Although it’s mostly recognized for Hollywood and its many beaches, California also has more than 33 million acres of forest. The state is home to some of the most recognizable tree species in the world, including the massive and majestic redwoods that grow in its national and state parks.

Unfortunately, California has lost many of its trees over the years due to wildfires, which is why forest restoration is so important in this state.



Mexico’s forests cover more than a third of the country and are home to a massively diverse population of trees. Most notably, they are a major resting place for migrating Monarch butterflies, which are a major source of pollination that spans continents.

Over the years, many of the nation’s forests have been lost, which has contributed to the Monarch butterfly’s placement on the endangered species list. Forest restoration is a crucial part of restoring the natural habitat of this species that is vital to the ecosystems of many countries.




Florida is home to 37 state forests that span more than 1,070,000 acres, creating a state known for its clean air and water, a vibrant wildlife habitat, and plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities.

However, scores of natural disasters—including hurricanes, wildfires, and outbreaks of southern pine beetles—have taken a toll on these once healthy forests. Although severe damage has been done, conservation and restoration efforts are helping return these natural areas to their former glory.


New Brunswick


Located on the eastern coast of Canada, New Brunswick is home to the Acadian Forest, which used to cover the province from coast to coast. Today, less than 5 percent of the forest remains, and it has been recognized by the Wildlife Fund as “critically endangered.”

Since the area is not generally prone to wildfires, reforestation efforts are highly effective at repopulating forests and eliminating the vulnerable wildlife that reside there.


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