Project Crimson Community Restoration 2016
- $40.00 donated
- 4 generous donors
The 2016 planting season is coming! With your help we can plant more native trees throughout NZ.
Project Crimson's Community Restoration Programme identifies areas throughout New Zealand that have a high need for restoration, and engages local champions to assist us on the ground with revegetation of eco-sourced native trees.
Like any charity however funding is tight. We don't receive any funding from Government and rely solely on the generous support of our partners and donors.
This year we are running a campaign on Givealittle to help us fund this vital project.
A donation of $10 buys a tree which will be planted and looked after by a suitable group in an appropriate location, and supports the operation and growth of our Community Restoration Programme.
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Project Crimson is one of New Zealand’s preeminent conservation charities, established to restore pohutukawa to New Zealand's forests and coastlines. Over 25 years that mandate has broadened to a national focus, to include rata, and more recently a wider ecosystem focus.
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