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Raise a glass of Handcrafted Enfant Terrible and you will be raising funds for global reforestation. With every case of Handcrafted Enfant Terrible wine sold, we pledge 1 trees to SeedTheChange. is a global project dedicated to building a better future for tomorrow starting in third world countries.


Planting just five trees and growing them for 30 years will offset the emissions from a car trip of about 2,500 kms. Planting 15 trees and growing them for 30 years will offset the energy used in a typical house over one year.

A few cents more than a coffee can make a big difference offsetting approx. 1.25 tonne of CO2 emissions. More importantly you will be helping the people of the third world by;

  • Improving soil quality

  • Preventing erosion

  • Reducing organic water pollution

  • Increase crop yields

  • Provide meaningful work

  • Improve the local standard of living

5,000 Dozen Wines Sold = 5,000 Trees Planted

July 05, 2020

You purchased 5,000 dozen wines in 2019. So this means we planted together 5,000 trees this year. From these green shoots of life and 6 months on, it is a timely reminder of the importance of trees, environmental balance and the life they support. When we look back to January and the devastating fire season we endured, there was much lost; life, property, vineyards and wine. However as a nation we pulled together and showed our true colours by coming out to support those Australian’s most in need.  


James-Paul Marin

Yeah another 4,000 Trees Planted In 2018, Baby!

December 23, 2018

We broke all records and planted 4,000 trees in third world countries in 2018. I would like to extend our appreciation for the amazing work done to our partners at SeedTheChange. I hope you find their dedication and endless hours spent working on this project motivation to start something new in 2019.....


James-Paul Marin

2,000 TREES PLANTED IN 2017.

January 14, 2018

2017 was our biggest commitment to Seed The Change to date. We planted 2,000 trees in third world countries which is nearly the equivalent to our achievement in the first three years of the program. Without the support of the Naked Angel Community this wouldn't have been possible. So thank you for letting us make such a significant difference this year.


James-Paul Marin


December 31, 2015

Since 2014, with your support I commenced a tree planting program with Seed The Change. We have ensured that 1,000 trees have been planted in Kenya, 1,000 trees in Ethiopia and another 1,000 trees in Haiti. is a global project dedicated to building a better future for tomorrow starting in third world countries. Without your support this wouldn't have been possible.

Thank You, 

James-Paul Marin

Why A Place Like Haiti?

June 30, 2015

The 2010 Haiti earthquake was a catastrophic magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake, with an epicenter near Léogâne. The destruction was devastating; 220,000 people were estimated to have died, while 300,000+ people were injured and 1.5m people became homeless. Our seeds/trees are a small step in helping 23,000 people in farming households start to support themselves again, while improving the quality of fresh water.

Why A Place Like Kenya?

December 30, 2014

There has been extensive deforestation in Kenya. Native forests have been decimated to provide fuel, building materials and furniture to first world countries. Now only 3% of the original forest remains which is markedly lower than what is considered sustainable.

Why A Place Like Ethiopia?

June 30, 2014

Ethiopia is a power house supplier of arabica coffee beans ensuring we get our $100 billion daily fix. At the bottom of the supply chain there is little opportunity to make sufficient profit to invest in sustainable farming practice. Consequently the environmental toll to supply the world with arabica beans leads to annual loses of 1.9 billion tons of soil through erosion. It’s believed that 27 million hectares of Ethiopian land has already eroded.

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