Our Global Tree Initiative operational team will take a maintenance break from March 1 – 15. During this period, our platforms will still be available to you, but we will not respond to any emails or queries via our website or social media platforms.
We will remember Jorge and everything he shared with us. His sweet adventures and lovely pictures.
Mark tells us that “The walk will trace ancient routes across the traditional country of 4 of the 5 clans of the Ngurai Illum Wurrung (First Nations Peoples of the Kulin Nation): the Boonwurrung, the Woiworung, the Taungurong and the Djadjawurung. The walk will honor the original inhabitants who have occupied, cared for, and managed their country for at least the past 32,000 years (based on physical evidence along the route).
This article will focus on (1) what makes pulses an environmentally friendly crop, and (2) the health benefits one can get from including pulses in one’s diet.
On February 12, Tenzin Ösel Hita celebrates his birthday, and he is inviting us all to join his campaign to support the Global Tree Initiative.
Our two Australian coordinators, Mark Allaway and Jill Lancashire are planning a charity walk for the benefit of the Global Tree Initiative! The event is called “Walk for the Trees 2023”. The walk will take place closer to the end of March this year.
In preparation for celebrating this year’s squirrel appreciation day (21 January), Kat and Bonnie would love to hear from YOU!
We are honored to share a heart-felt message of appreciation from our partner in Zimbabwe, Manica Youth Assembly!
Thank you all for 2022. We look forward to what we will accomplish, together, in 2023!
A very big THANK YOU to everyone who supported our fundraiser, and for helping the Global Tree Initiative grow.
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