Tree planting is a great way to engage students in conservation. It provides a hands-on, memorable experience where students can literally see their efforts grow over time!
Planting local native species provides food and future habitat for local wildlife and improves the amenity of our natural areas. It also helps to stabilise soils and provide nesting areas in coastal environments.
Schools can integrate tree planting into their learning program. There are numerous links with science curriculum, as well as arts, and health and well-being. Tree planting can be implemented as a one-off planting day, site adoption or as part of a broader biodiversity or coastal project. Find out more: