Trees for Survival
Trees for Survival is an environmental education programme which involves young people growing and planting native trees to restore natural habitats by helping landowners revegetate erosion prone land, improve stream flow and water quality and increase biodiversity.
The Trees for Survival programme creates community partnerships by engaging schools, their community, local businesses and Councils all working together to restore our natural heritage.
With over 5,000 school students involved and more than 70,000 trees planted each year we have planted more than a million trees in our first 20 years.
We would love you to join us!