For the enjoyment of future generations

In Lockwood, Australia, Richard and Ayesha planted 235 trees!

Richard MacEwan tells us that they planted the trees to support the wildlife habitat. With even more subtle intentions, Richard said that they planted the trees with the intention of capturing carbon, and for the enjoyment of future generations.

Thank you, Richard and Ayesha, for planting YOUR trees, growing OUR forests, and saving the future of OUR CHILDREN AND THE WILDLIFE!

Your efforts are very much appreciated!

Have a look at our Global Tree-Planting map, and see Richard and Ayesha’s trees in Victoria, Australia:

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Who:Richard & Ayesha
Why:The trees are planted for wildlife habitat, carbon capture and the enjoyment of those who may be here after we are gone.
Where:Lockwood, Australia
When:September 20, 2021
What kind of Trees:Allocasuarina Verticillata (Sheoak), Callitris Glaucophylla (White Cypress Pine), Eucalyptus Camaldulensis (Red Gum), Eucalyptus Melliodora (Yellow Box), Eucalyptus Microcarpa (Grey Box)
How many:235


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