Watch this short video which gives you a taste of what our community tree planting events are like.
Our workshops involve communities in their local areas in tree planting for all ages, and outdoor exploration and games for children. Our workshop leaders are forest school trained and highlight how trees and plants are the fundamental basis of all life, and crucial to maintaining a sustainable environment.
We invite all ages to participate, and envisage that our involvement of children and young people will help to inspire the next generation to address climate change with environmental solutions.
We can design bespoke tree planting events for all audiences. Our workshop leaders tailor the workshops to suit a variety of different, groups from schools to community groups.
Our values are
Environmentalism • Community • Engagement • Participation • Integration
We aim to cultivate a lasting legacy of environmental sustainability by engaging local communities in tree planting. We believe that participation in our workshops will contribute to social integration at a local level.
Get in touch to find out more about Roots for the Future’s tree planting workshops.
Coming up! Two more Godalming based community planting events. Details of one below.
This lovely old oak in the heart of a Godalming community where we had a tree planting workshop. It's around 600 yrs old. We used it as the reference point for our workshop - that one day the little tiny oaks we were planting may someday be as big as this. #HeritageTreasures https://t.co/WtxUMSknWu
Want to know what the government's 25-year environmental plan says but can't be bothered to read all 105 pages of it? Well, LOOK NO FURTHER. We read it so you don’t have to (well most of it – we skimmed to the good bits). We analyse it here. #25YEP https://t.co/KENCEPduKC
#Didyouknow there are more trees on earth than stars in our galaxy? But not enough! 10 billion trees are cut down each year. If we carry on at that same rate there will be none left on earth in 300 years time! Do something amazing. Plant a tree. #NationalTriviaDay