In celebration of Earth Day, Boxed Water is Better LLC, Grand Rapids, Mich., and the National Forest Foundation (NFF), Missoula, Montana, announce the return of ReTree, a partnership that aims to plant more than 200,000 trees in 2016. Now in its second year, ReTree is one of the largest tree-planting commitments for the NFF, which has a five-year goal of planting 1 million trees by 2020 in national forests across the country that are in need of reforestation, the organizations say.

“The ReTree program is an impactful effort to help create a significant change," said Matt DeWitte, vice president of marketing for Boxed Water, in a statement. “It’s reflective of the simple choice consumers can make by switching from plastic water bottles to alternative packaging. We were thrilled with the response to the ReTree program last year that helped us plant trees in Oregon’s Deschutes National Forest. This year we aim to make an even bigger impact in our continued effort to create a better earth.”

Boxed Water is an eco-friendly alternative to bottled water and is committed to offsetting the resources it uses through a commitment to sustainability, it says. Last year Boxed Water planted more than 100,000 trees through its partnership with the NFF and with the help of consumers who supported the cause via a matching program on social media. This year Boxed Water is doubling its commitment to reforestation by planting two trees for every photo posted via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the #ReTree hashtag. Available in 500-ml, 250-ml and 1-liter sizes, all Boxed Water cartons are made from trees and are 100 percent recyclable and BPA-free, the company says.

The National Forest Foundation is a conservation organization that is dedicated to supporting 155 national forests and 20 grasslands throughout the United States, it says. The organization focuses on restoring critical ecosystems and planting native trees to help those ecosystems thrive. In 2016, all photos posted with the hashtag #ReTree will benefit the Custer-Gallatin National Forest in Montana, a region that lost nearly 500 acres due to wildfire damage from 2012’s Ash Creek Fire.

“Boxed Water and its customers are making a real difference on our National Forests,” said Bill Possiel, NFF president, in a statement. “Boxed Water’s commitment to restoring our National Forests is a model for how beverage companies can minimize environment impacts through creative production and distribution. Without healthy National Forests, we stand to lose one of the most critical services these public lands provide — clean water.”

The ReTree program will start on Earth Day, April 22, and last throughout the summer.