Cheerios and Nature Valley are celebrating Earth Day this year by partnering together to do good by supporting initiatives that help bees and trees.

Nature Valley supports the trees.

Nature Valley is proudly supporting The Nature Conservancy by helping to plant 100,0000 trees around the US. The trees will be planted at two different sites within the Plant a Billion Trees program. One is LongLeaf Pine, these trees are planted within the Southeastern U.S. (Georgia, Florida, North & South Carolina) and the other is Upper Great Lakes which is Wisconsin, Michigan, and Montana. Longleaf plants in the fall and Upper Great Lakes plants in the spring, so all the trees will have been planted by summer 2020.

If you’d like to help The Nature Conservancy by making a donation you can click here.

Cheerios continues its commitment to help the bees.

Last year, Cheerios planted 1.7 billion seeds of pollinator plants and we’re doing more. By 2021 our oat farms will host about 3,300 acres of nectar- and pollen-rich wildflowers, which are full of the nutrients bees and other pollinators need to stay strong. Working with the Xerces Society, we have already made amazing headway by engaging dozens of oat farmers with active work to get more habitat planted on their farms.

This work is literally changing the landscape for bees in some of the major oat growing regions of the north-central United States and central Canada. Learn More


Q: How many different kinds of trees are there in the world?
A: There are over 23,000 different kinds of trees in the world.

Q: How many trees are needed to provide one person with enough oxygen to breath for a year?
A: 2 full-grown trees can provide one person enough oxygen to breathe for one year.

Q: What percent of Earth’s land animals and plants live in forests?
A: 80% of Earth’s land animals and plants live in forests