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Trees for Survival

In August 2022 our team got stuck in with an enthusiastic, energetic group of young students from Tamaki Primary School on a mission to plant over 700 native plants that they’d grown from scratch under the guidance of Trees for Survival.

The plants had been raised and cared for over the previous year and are part of a nationwide drive to plant over 123,000 native plants this year - engaging nearly 5,000 students, families and friends.

Trees for Survival's goal is to create growing pockets of native bush across the community to improve, restore and protect our environment and waterways.

The Freemason Foundation first started supporting this organisation in 2021.


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