In this edition:
- 2022 Treenet Highlights;
- Creating space for trees;
- Treenet research and education projects;
- Avenues of Honour update;
- plus more…
Message from the Chair, Lyndal Plant
It’s that time of year again when we think about gifts beneath trees, but at Treenet we continue to focus on ensuring urban trees give their seasonal gifts. Shade and cooling are so important as we take time outdoors during the summer holidays and nature in cities supports our recreation and improves our health and wellbeing. Across our country we need more trees in smart spaces that support tree health and longevity.
2022 has been a big year for Treenet and I thank our dedicated Management Committee, valued members, sponsors, donors and volunteers – some highlights are below. With your support we’ve come a long way and look forward to an even bigger year in 2023. The office will be closed from 19th December but will reopen on 2nd January to continue our arboriculture and urban forest research, education and advocacy.
It’s time to recharge, to catch up with family and friends and to enjoy the season. Treenet wishes all a happy and safe time. Include a big dose of nature in your festivities, help others when you have opportunity, and see you in 2023. Enjoy this edition of Treenet News and please share it through your networks.