From food to climate change: why planting trees really counts
Click on the link below to read a fantastic opinion piece by Adele Fitzpatrick, chief executive of Trees That Count, on why planting trees matters.
incorporating research by Dr Jacqui Aimers and Tāne’s Tree Trust.
Posted on: 27 September 2018
Ian Brennan planted these kauri in 2011 using gorse as a nurse crop. They have recently been released from several years of blackberry growth. Ian took this photo while he was evaluating the use of his drone for forest canopy monitoring.
Posted on: 24 September 2018
This photo was taken during a site visit by Michael Bergin and Clayton Wallwork to one of our demonstration sites - The Tuhautara Costal Park, Woodend, Canterbury. The land manager Greg Byrnes showed us around and said we can work with them to replant key cut over areas into native forest species.
Posted on: 21 September 2018