Do you dig Trees?

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Do you dig Trees?

If you dig trees and traveling, then super cool, Greenpop’s Trees for Zambia Project is definitely for you! For 3 weeks in July 2012, they will be hosting a reforestation and conservation education project in Livingstone, in partnership with Zambezi Nkuku. In an effort to fight this drastic deforestation, Greenpop will be planting 5,000 to 10,000 trees in Livingstone and spreading education… Read more to find out how to volunteer and/or support this project from home!

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Trash Trap

Here is another great idea for your old plastic bottles. Turn them into traps for fruit flies!! I saw this being used very successfully at Goedgedacht Farm where they have an organic Kei apple plantation.

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Greenpop Reforest Fest at Platbos Forest – 1000 trees in 1 day

In June 2011, Greenpop took 100 volunteers to Platbos Forest for a weekend of planting, festivities, dirty hands and fun!
Parts of the ancient forest have been deforested over the years and we wanted to make a change – we managed to plant 1000 indigenous trees in 1 day!

Day of 1000 Trees – Heritage Day 2011

1 day – 1 community – 1000 trees – a Greenpop Project
Saturday 24 September 2011 saw more than 500 South Africans coming together in Manenberg to plant 1000 trees in celebration of our country’s natural heritage on Heritage day. Join the Treevolution visit Greenpop

GreenPop #7 – tree planting day 1

Join the Treevolution -  come get your hands dirty and plant with us! And tell your mum, next-door neighbour, or even your bookclub to join in.

Film from Greenpop – Planting in Masiphumelele – 3 Rhus Lancias, 1 Speck Boom, 1 Lemon Tree!

GreenPop #9 – Green Crusaders

The first Greenpop flash mob went down a treat. 15 cyclist,   skateboarders and sector-niners whizzed through rush hour traffic at 4pm   on Friday 3 September. One of our green super heros spoke on Heart FM   during the ride and got drivers to hoot if they recognised us. It was   crazy, a green-caped brigade on De Waal drive!