Greenpop. Abalimi Food Forest Planting.

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I’m very proud to announce that with Linda of Moving Sushi, I will join Greenpop as an official ambassador and accompany them to an array of tree-planting events to help promote the work they do to preserve our great green world.

Greenpop is a company that aims to (re) connect people to our planet by planting trees and having fun doing it. You will know that I always spread the Greenpopping love and have nothing but love and respect for their work. Next level up though. I am now very excited to be accompanying them to their Platbos Reforest Fest and their Trees for Zambia project in Livingstone, and to spread the word about them on our adventures around the world!

To get into practice, I joined the Food Forest for Farms Plant Day in Khayelitsha a couple of weeks back where together with Harvest of Hope Abalimi and the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, 200 volunteers planted over 400 trees. All towards developing sustainable indigenous and food forest gardens.

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” – Chinese Proverb

Here are some pics of the action with more on my Facebook album.

I hope to see many of you out there. Till then, let’s live by these wise words.

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