Celebrate Arbour Day this Saturday, 2 September

Celebrate Arbour Day this Saturday, 2 September in and around our precinct.

The celebration of Arbour Day in South Africa has a rich history. It was first introduced in 1983 by the government as a way to encourage citizens to participate in tree planting and other environmental conservation activities. The day is now widely recognized and celebrated across the country, involving schools, communities, organizations, and individuals.

So how can you get involved?Β 

Take a walk along the uMhlanga promenade, taking in the sights and sounds of our coastal forest and finish off your morning with a good cup of coffee at the Forest Cafe. Don’t feel like getting your hands dirty? Did you know you can make a donation to the Β uMhlanga Forest Boardwalk Project at the cafe? Zap a donation by scanning our QR code, the zapper code is clearly marked on boards along the #umhlangaboardwalkΒ and via the link below.

Thank you to those who continue to tag us in their boardwalk posts – keep it up #umhlangaboardwalk

If you would prefer to get planting yourself, you can join like minded individuals in planting 200 indigenous trees on the day. Β Click the link for more information.

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