SALI Celebrates Arbor Week

by | Oct 3, 2016 | Featured Slider, Latest, News

In South Africa, Arbor Day was first celebrated in 1983. The event captured the imagination of people who recognized the need for raising awareness of the value of trees in our society. As sources of building material, food, medicine, and simple scenic beauty, trees play a vital role in the health and well-being of our communities.

Members of SALI Gauteng supported the Nokuphila Primary School by planting of 70 indigenous trees.
The Grade 3 class had some interaction with the planting of the trees and gained an understand of the importance of trees to our environment.
40 Moringa trees were also planted and 4 beautiful repurposed wine vats that were donated and this will be planted with herbs.
A huge thank you to Mia Marsay from Over The Garden Wall for arranging and coordinating the amazing SALI Arbor Day project.
We would also like to thank the following companies:

Over The Garden WallLabour, 40x Moringa Trees, wine barrel planters, fertilizers & potting soil
Life LandscapesTransport of Trees
Wildflower Wholesale NurserySupply of Trees
Rothe PlantscapersSupply of Labour
Viewpoint FarmingCompost
Tshala Plant BrokersSupply & Delivery of Trees
RSA LandscapingSupply digger for Tree holes

The Nokuphila Primary School is funded by ‘The Love Trust’, a non-profit organisation that was established out of a strong desire to bring hope to vulnerable children in communities of need.

It is fantastic to see our associations leading by example and contributing to the bettering of our community.

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