Queen Creek company embarks on project to replenish forests

Russet Road Kids will plant a tree for every puzzle sold by the company. (Photo/Russet Road Kids website)

Russet Road Kids has announced that it will team up with One Tree Planted to help replenish forests.

The local company will plant a tree for every puzzle that is purchased with the goal of planting 3,000 trees by the end of the second quarter, according to a release.

“We want to help kids learn and flourish today, while leaving behind a world that they can be proud of tomorrow,” stated Breana DeBoer, owner of the Queen Creek company whose product lines consist of a variety of puzzles, including its Toddler Name Puzzle.

“Obviously, we need to be replacing the trees our company uses, but we are going further than that by planting a tree for every puzzle that is purchased. The time was yesterday to make the world better for tomorrow.”

In addition to its new partnership to save and replenish forests, Russet Road Kids does not include printed receipts with orders and uses minimal shipping packaging in an effort to reduce waste and help the environment, according to the release.

Founded in 2016, Russet Road Kids is a manufacturing and consumer products company, and its puzzles are made to order.

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