A Helping Hand: Project Crimson Trust

Thursday 6 May 2021

​​​​The first piece in our A Helping Hand series features Project Crimson Trust, making a difference through large-scale native tree restoration projects around Aotearoa.​​

Bell Gully has helped the Trust with the growth and innovation​ of its Trees That Count programme, and introduction of its carbon calculator and tree counts. Through these, Trees That Count has kept track of the native trees planted through New Zealand since 2016, with the total exceeding 33 million trees to date. ​​

Download ​here or read below.​​

Contact
  • Rachel Gowing

    Senior Associate Auckland
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