Noble Oak Celebrates 1 Million Trees Planted Milestone

June 20, 2023

Award-winning Whiskey Brand Plans to Double Goal by the End of 2024 by Supporting Community-Led Reforestation Projects Across the Nation

NEW YORK (June 20, 2023)/OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ – Noble Oak, an award-winning whiskey brand with a noble heart and strong commitment to environmental stewardship, in partnership with One Tree Planted, is proud to announce a momentous achievement of planting 1 million trees. These combined efforts to restore forests, enhance biodiversity, combat climate change, and support communities nationwide have been instrumental in creating a more sustainable future, and it doesn’t stop there. The brand now has its eyes set on planting 2 million trees by the end of 2024.

“As a brand built on giving back, we are committed to celebrating the earth and remaining true to our promise of planting a tree for every bottle sold,” comments Jack Bauer, Noble Oak Brand Manager. “That means with every new milestone we set, we will continue to lead with nobility and remain focused on creating a positive impact for nature, people, and surrounding communities.”

Since its inception in 2017, Noble Oak has partnered with One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every bottle sold. These efforts have led to the successful planting of 58 different tree species in 28 states, representing at least 10 unique forest ecosystems. This diverse selection of trees ensures the long-term sustainability and resilience of forests, while also benefiting local wildlife and communities. Projects include Tahoe fire restoration, specializing in restoring sugar pines and other white pines; the Orca Whale Project in Oregon, planting trees along rivers to restore habitats; to the Chippewa National Forest, restoration focused on wildlife conservation at the highest breeding density of American Bald Eagles; and Cincinnati and Detroit urban forestry initiatives mitigating challenges such as critical shade management, buffering air pollution from industry and roadways, managing and cleansing of stormwater before it enters the cities’ combined sewer system, and neighborhood beautification.

“We are so grateful to have Noble Oak as a dedicated partner and are beyond excited to celebrate this 1 million milestone,” said Ashley Lamontagne, Forest Campaign Manager, One Tree Planted. “Their unwavering support and commitment to our cause exemplify the profound impact that can be achieved when individuals and organizations come together for a common purpose. ”

Noble Oak and One Tree Planted remain dedicated to their shared mission of promoting environmental sustainability and will continue to collaborate on future initiatives to further nurture and protect our planet. To find out exactly where trees have been planted as a result of this partnership visit Noble Oak’s tree planting tracker on Nobleoak.com.

Noble Oak

Noble Oak is an award-winning whiskey brand with a noble heart; every bottle plants a tree in partnership with One Tree Planted, an organization dedicated to sustainably reforesting our Earth’s green spaces. Noble Oak’s whiskeys are double oak matured – first aging in Charred New American White Oak barrels followed by a unique WoodCraft® finishing that delivers unrivaled body and flavor. Its Double Oak Bourbon is finished using Spanish Sherry Oak Cask Staves, offering notes of vanilla and dried fruit, whereas its Double Oak Rye whiskey is finished using Port Wine Oak Cask Staves, eliciting notes of toffee and allspice.

About One Tree Planted

One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit on a mission to make it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees. Their projects span the globe and are done in partnership with local communities and knowledgeable experts to create an impact for nature, people, and wildlife. Reforestation helps to rebuild forests after fires and floods, provide jobs for social impact, and restore biodiversity. Many projects have overlapping objectives, creating a combination of benefits that contribute to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. To learn more, visit onetreeplanted.org