Are you exploring the Living Landscapes theme area this year or getting more connected with your environment through Me In My Environment? Do you want to get your students out into nature and your local environment? “Be With A Tree Week” is a great opportunity to make those connections and experience the magic of trees!
Trees are so good for us. They…
- Help with climate change
- Make oxygen, and clean the air
- Are a habitat (home) for wildlife
- Hold stories, meaning, and memories
- Make us feel safe and well
And so much more!
Join in with the Kiwi Conservation Club’s ‘Be With a Tree’ Week (4–10 June) to show your appreciation for our fantastic NZ trees.
Visit a tree, or trees, in your community with the people you care about. Go for a short time, or make a day of it – picnic anyone? Make sure though to follow the rules around trees in your area whilst doing so.
Help us make a record of all the trees visited around the country too at: www.naturewatch.org.nz/projects/be-with-a-tree-week
Get in touch with Sarah and Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org for a poster to share. Let’s try and make this celebration as big as SeaWeek!