Florida
Planting Projects

East to West, North to South

From the Florida Keys to Brevard County, we’re working to rebuild critical mangrove forests lost to coastal development, and connecting with nonprofit partnerships to holistically address Florida's entire ecosystem.

56,716 lbs

of blue carbon
sequestered

8.1 Acres

of mangrove forests
created

$629,993

in ecosystem benefits
generated

Man kneeling down in the sand planting several mangrove seedlings
aerial view of small rock protected island accessible by boat prepared to plant mangroves by MANG volunteers in Florida
Keith Rossin holding two mangrove seedlings in a Arctic Blue colored MANG performance longsleeve hoodie
Keith and Kyle Rossin posing for a photo together holding mangrove seedlings on Florida Coasts

First Planting

MANG planted it’s very first mangrove in West Palm Beach, FL, back in 2015. Since then, coastal development has become one of the largest contributors to the loss of mangroves in Florida. In conjunction with local and state government agencies, we’ve worked to expand our planting down to the Florida Keys, west to Ft. Meyers, and as far north as the Indian River Lagoon (IRL) in Brevard County.

Through our local partnerships we’re also working to bring awareness to related issues of wildlife health and water quality affecting our entire ecosystem alongside planting a mangrove for every product we sell through our Buy One, Plant One initiative. Shop now to help support coastal ecosystems.

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