Here at Oregon Tool, we have decided to serve a higher purpose than the products we are making. We are devoted to impact positively people, communities, and landscapes around the world.
The vision of our stewardship program is to engage and encourage our larger Oregon Tool community to be open to the world by caring about our environment and our planet.
2021 – Run, Walk & Bike Outdoor Challenge:
Starting on March 1st until July 15th, we have challenged our employees to cover in over four months 20.000 kilometers.
Oregon Tool made the engagement to plant 10.000 trees supporting multiple reforestation projects in partnership with the organization “Tree Nation”. We are happy to announce that for this first edition we have covered 20.189 kms and planted 10.095 trees.
For more information on our Oregon Tool Forest, please follow this link:
Forest of Oregon Tool | Tree-Nation - Forest’s trees
Tree Nation is internationally recognized, they have planted more than 7 million trees working on more than 30 reforestations projects accross 6 continents.
We have chosen to work in partnership with Tree nation because trees are key pillars of the world for both humans and the environment. They benefit us by purifying water, air and creating better social conditions.
They benefit the environment by providing homes for various forms of life, cooling our climate and improving our soil.
Portland - US
Oregon Tool has partnered with the National Forest Foundation, a North American-based nonprofit focused on community engagement and restoration of National Forests and Grasslands. They support the Trees for U.S program and the Amazonian Community Reforestation project in Brazil.
Fuzhou - China
Oregon Tool (Fuzhou) Co., Ltd. actively gives back to the society through a variety of ways, carry out a series of public welfare activities, care for the vulnerable groups, undertake corporate responsibility.
Here are few initiatives:
Curitiba - Brazil
In 2021, Oregon Tool Industrial Ltda. located in Curitiba has organized three campaigns to help the communities and restore the flora of their region: