ZIPPO + WOODCHUCK COLLECTION
BUY ONE. PLANT ONE.
Buy A Lighter.
Plant A Tree.
Sparked by the desire to continue to do good in our communities, Zippo has partnered with Woodchuck USA to plant a tree for every collaboration lighter sold.
Each lighter comes with a unique code to be able to see where your tree is planted. Enter your code below.
You Buy The Lighter
From the 'Fight Fire With Fire' Collection
We Plant A Tree
In a Sustainable Location
Help Save The World
Through Our Reforestation Program
Buy A Lighter
You buy the lighter
Plant A Tree
We do the planting
Help Save The World
FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE - CALIFORNIA
Hat Creek, located in Lassen National Park in California runs for roughly 49 miles and is renowned for its great trout fishing. The park enjoys visitors year round for various outdoor activities, however in recent years the area has been hit hard by wildfires that threaten the ecosystem and its wildlife. Our reforestation efforts aim to bring nature back to this devastated land by reforesting the Hat Creek area.
Numerous fires have ravaged the Hat Creek area.
Historic dryness and prolonged droughts have created conditions that increase the severity and spread of wildfires.
Hat Creek is well-known for its trout fishing but fires create instability in the ecosystem that threaten the entire habitat.
Reforestation efforts can help restore the habitat and bring wildlife back to the area.
Lighters purchased from this collection directly support planting efforts in California.
FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE - MADAGASCAR
Madagascar is where this chapter in Zippo’s history begins, the world’s fourth largest island which has had 90% of its original forests destroyed in the past 50 years. Reforestation provides jobs for hundreds of people, a habitat for endangered species, absorbs carbon, halts erosion and flooding and brings back healthy farming and fisheries. Mangrove trees, grown at the Madagascar reforestation sites, are one of the most effective and economic methods of offsetting carbon emissions, directly contributing to the air quality of the planet as a whole.
90% of Madagascar's forests have been destroyed in the past 50 years.
Reforestation provides jobs for locals and helps boost the local economy.
Creates a habitat for wildlife and brings back healthy farming.
Offsets carbon emissions and improves air quality.