Currently, large-scale land restoration projects often use plastic tree guards to shield young seedlings from pests and harsh weather. While these guards are effective, they present two significant challenges. First, installing them is time-consuming, especially when planting thousands of trees. More critically, they are seldom removed at the end of their life cycle, leaving toxic plastic that persists in the environment indefinitely.
Sustainably focused tree guards, with ease of installation, low implementation costs and fully biodegradable.
I worked with my colleagues closely with the client to optimise the UX and then with suppliers to design for manufacture. After completing the first rounds of successful prototypes, I worked together with the client for branding and instruction illustrations.
Branding & Assembly instructions

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