Project Crimson has planted hundreds of thousands of native trees since it was established in 1990 and has played a major role in turning around the health of rātā and pōhutukawa.
Why Project Crimson?
Project Crimson is a non-profit, registered charitable Trust. Not only have we have brought pōhutukawa back from the brink of extinction, we have planted over 500,000 native trees and worked with thousands of New Zealanders to protect and renew native trees.
Project Crimson is one of New Zealand’s preeminent, most enduring and recognised conservation charities. We work to protect New Zealand’s unique native ecosystems and educate New Zealanders of their importance. We have over a quarter century of successful experience behind us.
Not only have we brought coastal pōhutukawa back from its threatened status, we have planted hundreds of thousands of trees across the country and worked with thousands of New Zealanders to protect and renew native tree species.
Project Crimson is in the business of planting trees for future generations. Our bottom line is clear — more native trees are good for New Zealand. Our model, which has been successful for 28 years, relies upon good partners. We define a “good partner” as one who believes in our work and who backs us to deliver on our mission.
If your organisation fits this brief we can offer you an unparalleled opportunity to be a part of Project Crimson and our next chapter of conservation work.
Join with us and help renew New Zealand’s coastlines and forests with iconic species that are unique to New Zealand and which form part of the legacy that we leave for our grandchildren, and their grandchildren.
For more information please contact our Marketing and Communications Manager, Melanie Seyfort on 021 645 875 or email@example.com