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Funding native trees for the fifth year running

Funding native trees for the fifth year running

Every year we put a small portion of our earnings back into the fighting for the environment. 2023 is no exception and we’ve decided, once again, to get behind the Trees That Count movement.

Managed by environmental charity Project Crimson, Trees That Count enables native tree planting across the motu. They attract funding, promote tree gifting, and equip planting projects.

We’ve funded approximately 500 trees per year. Over the past 5 years we’ve funder 2500 natives. To date, our funding has provided trees to 11 different planting projects.

We’ve contributed to a children’s forest in the Coromandel and wetland areas in Northland. We’ve contributed to habitat restoration in Clutha and an wildlife sanctuary in near Greymouth.

We’ve supported Councils, farmers, schools, iwi and volunteers to grow a greener future.

Our planting of 2500 native trees and shrubs is expected to remove approximately 569 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from our atmosphere over 50 years.

If you love New Zealand's big backyard, like we do, then we urge you to get involved too. Visit Trees That Count to see how you can get involved.

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