Certificates will be emailed within 2 weeks of your purchase
Certificates will be emailed to you. If you like, you can print and frame them as they are standard A4 size. You may also present your certificate(s) to someone else.
Yes. You can choose to purchase any number of trees.
You can choose to purchase multiple trees in one name, or single trees in a name.
You will be invited to attend a tree planting day with other adopters, once the tub stock is ready. This can take up to 6 months
The best planting times are March/April and October/November when the temperatures are not too hot. It also depends on location. This will be advised by experts in this field.
Dependent on plant selection it is around six months.
We use biodegradable cardboard for the tree guard using bamboo stakes into jute weed mats that will degrade in around 18 months time.
Every tree is numbered. When your tree(s) are planted you will be sent the location to view on a map on the Rotary Adopt-A-Tree website.
Yes. We will give you an update every 6 months along with a photograph of the site where your tree was planted. As we will be planting at sites where there may be 500-1000 or more trees, we will not be able to take a photo of very tree.
At this stage you will not be able to visit your individual tree as in some cases it could be private property or crown land where access is restricted.
Updates will be sent to you regarding your tree.
We are aiming to limit your travelling time to 3 hours from your post code you have supplied. This allows you to do a day trip, or if you like, have an overnight stay and support the local community.
When you adopt a tree you are making a donation towards the planting of trees. However, the costs to do this far exceed the $5.00 donation. We are constantly seeking further funding to support this project and enable more trees to be planted.
Once the tree is planted you have no rights over the land on which it is planted. You own the right to know where your tree is planted and to have information sent to you regarding its growth.
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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