Trees That Count Impact Report 2022
In 2022 we celebrated our biggest year of impact yet.
Continued generosity from individuals, organisations and Government support allowed Trees That Count to support outstanding planting projects spanning the length of Aotearoa. Check out our impact here.
Trees That Count Impact Report 2021
In 2021, Trees That Count continued to capture public support as we hoped it would. The ongoing generosity of New Zealanders coupled with the incredible dedication from the planting projects we’ve been able to support is helping to restore our indigenous biodiversity, stabilise our soils, clean up our waterways and inspire a whole new generation of Kiwis to support our precious environment. Check out our impact here.
Te Pūrungo ā-Tau Annual Report 2020
In 2020, we celebrate the achievements of the community built by Project Crimson and Trees That Count, and the resilience of this community even through the challenges brought by COVID-19. The report presents an infographic impact statement with key statistics, and also brings Project Crimson’s vision for innovation over the next decade to the fore. Read it here.
Annual Report 2019
In 2019, Project Crimson’s programme Trees That Count gathered momentum with Kiwis everywhere supporting native tree planting throughout the country. Find out more about how we’re continuing to inspire New Zealanders of all ages to love native trees and take action for our environment, in the 2019 Project Crimson Annual Report.
Annual Report 2018
Project Crimson and our programmes continue to capture the hearts and efforts of New Zealanders. We are thrilled that our successes translate to a better environment for all New Zealanders, and we’re proud to share our highlights and achievements with you in the 2018 Project Crimson Annual Report.