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The Fruits Of Lockdown Labour

Foodscaping in Lockdown:

In our last activity before entering into lockdown we handed out thousands of food seeds to the Wilderness Heights Village community, where the majority of residents live around the breadline. The young workforce that PTP is slowly building up to plant out our sponsored trees, live in this community and they have been using lockdown time to plant mini food-gardens all around their homes…. and their green fingers are showing! ❤❤







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Planting for Health

Planting for Health - Tour de Burn - Precious Tree Project

While much has halted or slowed down in our world since lockdown, raising funds to assist the regenerative growth of our natural endemic forests continues and it’s importance to do so is more apparent in light of the health challenges facing the national and global community.

Dr Jon Morley’s vision to plant out 5000 indigenous trees: Instead of kickstarting the cycle event with a 500 km cycle to Afrika Burn this month, he will be hosting a cycling event every 2 months and close off his fundraiser with a cycle to the new Afrika Burn venue in May 2021.

Watch this space for details on Dr Jon’s cycling antics, and if you would like to sponsor his initiative click on this link or you can support his Backabuddy crowdfunding platform at