Trees for Survival is an environmental education programme working with schools and communities to grow, nurture and plant native plants.
Our programme sets up schools with a purpose-built, irrigated shade house. Each year the schools in our programme receive approx. 1000 eco sourced native seedlings which they 'pot up' into planting bags and then nurture in their shade house for a year before planting their plants the following year on sites such as waterways and hillsides to increase biodiversity, stabilise soil and help improve water quality.
Our vision is to develop in our school children an enduring respect for the environment through knowledge of the importance of native plants on native ecology and allow them to take steps to create a healthier future for themselves and generations to come.
If you are interested in joining our programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org