Our First Tree Cheers Awards on #nationaltreeday

Tree Cheers for this Primary School: Fingal:St. Laurence NS Dublin 13. Outstanding enhancement of their school and locality.

Welcome to our very first “Tree Cheers” Award.
All awardees win 3 native saplings to plant on public land or on school or hospital grounds – we are leaving it to the Award winners to arrange a spot. If you are too busy, we will arrange to plant one in the global south for you at an upcoming planting party or at our Plant-for-the-Planet forest in Mexico. Just email us at orla@easytreesie.com with Tree Cheers Award Collection in the subject line, letting us know where you would like your trees and we will arrange collection.

Dublin City: St. Malachy’s Finglas for planting 1,000 trees at their local park.

For this Second Level School: De la Salle, Donaghmede for initiating a Student Council-lead Green Flag programme, arranging a workshop with us, the REEL organisation and Raheny Rotary Club and conducting a tree planting ceremony.

This Council: Dublin City Council, Greenway in Fairview Park, enhancing enjoyment of the public of heritage and new tree-lined path.

For this business: Patagonia, for their extraordinary practical help and recent grant aid. They winn 7 saplings; why? Their team of 7 in their Dublin outlet have already run 2 events with us in their premises with tons of treet-s AND they are sponsoring one of our major planting party series! Wow. You see? Goodies work. We love to reward people who do good work.

For this town: Malahide, for the involvement of all 6 schools in the town and their welcome to children to other areas. For the superb support of its Tidy Towns organisation, its local business community, sea scouts and its parish centre which facilitated a Plant-for-the-Planet Tree Academy.

Youth Organisation : Scouting Association of Ireland, Lough Dan

Our Tree Cheers Roll for our Public Representatives
Mayors; Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr. Paul McAuliffe who came out with us to plant 1,000 trees in Tolka River Valley Park and again at St. Malachy’s National School this week for Tree Day to plant 3 ceremonial oak trees. Also his predecessor, Cllr. Brendan Carr who met with us in the Mansion House and heard all about our project, pledging his support and arranging space for us to plant within the Council area. Cllr. Mary McCamley who joined us in planting 3,305 trees in Baldoyle with all the local schools while serving as Mayor of Fingal. Mayor of Listowel, Kerry Mike Kennelly who joined us to plant 440 trees in Tidy Towns winner, Listowel’s Green Flag Park in 2019.
Cllr. Caroline Conroy who joined us planting trees in Finglas on Tree Day and heard all about our project
Minister for Communications and Climate Action, Richard Bruton

Mícheál Martin T.D. who expressed his support at Bloom Festival 2018

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