Greenpop. Hogsback Reforest Fest. Join the #Treevolution

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Greenpop. – Much like the Platbos Reforest Fest, Greenpop will be launching their Hogsback Reforest Fest this September which is Arbor Month. Offering a celebration of our earth and trees through reforestation, music, workshops, competition and yoga.

The location is a magical place in the Amathole Mountains of the Eastern Cape and the dates are 12- 14 September. The Reforest Fest is a chance to plant loads of indigenous trees, enjoy some fine live music, do loads of fun activities and make some very special memories!

Trust me, I know from first hand experience that there’s no better tree-tinged feel good than time away working with this team.

Given that this a first for Greenpop, they’re asking for some help to get the word out. Greenpop partner Reliance Compost are running a competition called “Lord of the Things: What do you rely on?’ as the Hogsback Valley is rumoured to have inspired Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.

If you’d like to help spread the Greenpop word, here are some ideas:

1. Create a Facebook status about Hogsback Reforest Fest and tag 10 friends who might be interested in attending. Please also tag Greenpop and the Greenpop Hogsback Reforest Fest event on Facebook.

​​2. Tweet this link to your followers.

3. Nominate a band or artist you would like to see perform at the Reforest Fest. There are still spaces to fill, just mail or make a submission.

Otherwise just follow your heart, pack your gardening gloves, walking shoes and sun hat and ready for the road trip to join them. Registration is here and tickets can be bought through Webticket.

Safe travels and please plant a tree for me!

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