The above features members of the Womens Native Tree Project, the below is the information found on their Facebook page.
Woodward Chrisp is proud to support this initiative by getting their gardening gloves on annually in support.
The Womens Native Tree Project
We are a funky group of good people who want to see Tairawhiti cloaked back in native flora. We grow our own native trees and gift them to community spaces. We grow eco-sourced native seeds, raise them in our nursery and then gift them to community spaces. We are actively planting native trees on titirangi (Kaiti hill), Sisterson's Lagoon, Waimata Riverside, Wainui, Makorori Playground and a tributary of the Taruheru River.
We are a funky trust that has been busy around Tairawhiti for the last 20 years. We are always keen to welcome new members. We are a very friendly bunch of wahine that work together to get more native trees in our community. Men are most welcome at our working bees.
To restore papatuanuku to her verdant cloak, to educate and inspire ourselves and the community.
Keen Woodward Chrisp staff in 2017