Events

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.

 

Values

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!

 

Community tree planting event – Haslemere

On Saturday 23 February, 2pm to 4pm, we are holding a community tree planting event on the playing field next to the High Lane community centre. There will be forest school games for children, and mingling and refreshments for adults. All ages welcome to this free event held in association with Waverley Borough Council.

Come plant a tree and meet new people!

 

 

 

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