Totoka Islands plants thousands of trees every year since start of its operation. Starting out with typical commercial species like Mahogany and Teak provided by the Ministry of Fisheries and Forestry, the company meanwhile gained a deeper understanding of the indigenous trees on its own properties and routinely collects seeds of such indigenous tree species and creates new seedlings from them to plant out later. New trees are being planted on previously deforested parts of the property but also within existing forests where they rejuvenate the forest.