Trees That Count is a national initiative to mobilise New Zealanders to plant millions more native trees to mitigate climate change. The programme is managed by Project Crimson, in collaboration with The Tindall Foundation, Pure Advantage and DOC.
We’re building a picture of the planting efforts in New Zealand every year by counting the native trees that are planted by community groups, government agencies, schools and people in their backyards. By doing this we can measure the collective impact of this work. But we need to help accelerate the rate of planting.
Trees That Count Community Marketplace connects funders with planters
throughout the country who can increase their tree planting work.
There’s a place for every New Zealander in this exciting project.
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