Jason tells us that he and his mother, Rosie, planted a Bodhi tree together.
In December 2023, Mr. Dhole initiated another planting project in the area of Haveli, Pune, India. For this project, 1,000 saplings were planted.
I love walking through the park and seeing my trees thriving and helping the planet, providing shade and habitat for the birds and other insect life.
In late 2023, Chhaya participated in the planting of 16 trees with children from the Rotarians Sunrise and Zilla Parishad School.
They dedicate their hard work to everyone in the Global Tree Initiative community. “May the year 2024 bear a lot of sweet and beautiful fruit for everyone who is part of the Global Tree Initiative.
Ms. Cheryl Humphreys from Sunshine Coast, Australia, planted a tree and dedicated it to her granddaughter Elise.
Mark Allaway and Jill Lancashire, our Australian coordinators, tell us about the recent Habit Alignment Key (HAK) retreat that was led by our founder, Tenzin Ösel Hita.
Fifty-five of the trees were dedicated to David Gaunt in memory and celebration of his life
Jussa Kudherezera, our regional coordinator in Zimbabwe and the founder of Manica Youth Assembly (MAYA), inspires us with his latest story.
Matheus Pangracio Italiano celebrated the life of Lama Zopa Rinpoche, by planting a tree. Matheus believes “that we can make a difference planting trees and sharing the Dharma (…)”
The focus is on indigenous plants to the Bendigo area and especially those with benefits arising from the re-establishment of the biodiverse ecosystems of the Goldfields bioregion.
Piya took the call and planted one Lemon tree, one Java Plum tree, one Champa tree, and one Indian Gooseberry tree.
Last month, Georgia became country number 67 to join our global community. Welcome, Georgia!
In total, we’re committed to planting 8000 trees, shrubs, and groundcover to restore the land as closely as possible to the original native forest as it was before it was cleared for grazing 50 years ago.
Inspired by the Global Tree Initiative, and by their love for nature, they now offer the new home-owners a small tree to plant in their new garden.
Our regional coordinators in the area – Mark Allaway and Jill Lancashire – together with the Atisha Buddhist Centre, planned and implemented a tree-planting activity last September 16.
For this occasion, an Ashoka tree (Saraca asoca) was planted by Tibet House and by students from Ukraine.
Apart from these, the group also planted 115 new trees in the village of Businga, Kagouchou, and at the hotel solidarity huts of Idjwi.
Bengu Fetzer is our regional coordinator in New Zealnd. Recently, she told us about a tree-planting activity she helped organize in mid-June this year.
The planting also celebrated a special event, which is the birthday of Sandhya’s son, Dhananjay.