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What is the process to adopt a tree?
Adopted trees will be planted in environmentally impacted areas of NSW & ACT.
The planting areas will be determined by experts, including Landcare and Rotary will organise plantings under their guidance.
Plantings will take place in months such as April/May & September/October.
Local schools & clubs will be contacted, encouraging them to become involved.
A variety of trees and shrubs will be planted to ensure a balance in the local environment, encouraging native birds and fauna also grow and thrive.
Rotary Smith Family Scholarships have helped young Australians grow to their best potential. Donations made in 2022 allowed local Rotary Clubs to support local youth, ensuring they receive the educational support required for them to complete their studies. The funds allocated to the Smith Family were allocated from the excess funds after the costs of propagating tubestock are taken into account.
$10,000 has been donated from the first year of funds (taking into account the seeding grant from the Australia Day Council).
Sign up to hear from us about where and when tree plantings will take place and to see your tree grow!
Find out what the steps are to plant a tree.
See how these steps have been applied in our Pilot Planting at Renrow Park, NSW for the first 200 trees adopted.
Who have you adopted a tree for?
Find out more about how other individuals and groups have adopted trees. What new options for adopting trees have been created for you?
Find out about the planting sites planned for September to October. An email will be sent out separately in August detailing the plantings and volunteers required and confirming final dates.
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This Project has been supported by a Seeding Grant from the National Australia Day Council
Rotary acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of lands where we live, learn and work. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
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