The Ranch at Laguna Beach launches guest-driven tree donation collective

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The Ranch at Laguna Beach was recently recognized as the #6 Resort Hotel in Southern California by Condé Nast Traveler.

The Ranch at Laguna Beach now offers guests the opportunity to donate a tree to be planted and maintained at the resort or The Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano.

A single tree is available for $50 and can be purchased on basecamplagunabeach.com with 100 percent of proceeds going to buy, plant, and care for each planted tree. The resort’s new initiative, OC Tree Collective, says each tree planted equals about a ton of carbon that will be eliminated from the atmosphere over the tree’s lifetime.

“We are very excited to launch our newest sustainability initiative, the OC Tree Collective,” General Manager Kurt Bjorkman said in a statement. “This program showcases our continuous commitment to the environment, both here in Laguna Beach and beyond. By getting travelers involved in regenerative experiences, we hope to inspire others to become more environmentally conscious and leave earth’s campsite cleaner for generations to come.”

Although this is not a tax-deductible donation, guests will be entered into an annual drawing for a two-night stay at The Ranch

For more details visit, theranchlb.com/resort/sustainability.

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