Trees Are The Key

Awareness Week

21-27 March 2022

2022 Theme: So What Do Trees Really Do For Us?

We believe that trees are the key to solving so many of the world’s problems, not just climate chaos. They are crucial ingredients for a healthy environment and every living, breathing inhabitant of our planet.

Trees are the ultimate gift (from Mother Nature) that keep on giving. They clean the air that we all breathe, manufacture precious oxygen, allow biodiversity to flourish, and give habitat for wildlife. They also help to maintain high levels of organic matter for the soil, and via their roots systems help to improve the soil’s ability to absorb and retain water.

As if that’s not enough, the crops from different types of trees worldwide provide a range of commodities: fruits, nuts and other foodstuffs, medicine, building materials and more.
Bookmark this page, and join us on our social channels as we find out just what trees really do for us. Starting on the International Day of the Forests, Monday 21st March, we will be sharing a wealth of articles, engaging interviews with climate scientists, and a free Friday evening screening of our documentary #TreesAreTheKey, narrated by Kate Winslet on 25th March. There will also be free online courses from our Educational Learning Platform, and a series of free lessons and activities aimed at KS2 Primary School pupils (ages 7-11). Plus a series of nature based poems and other events.

Forest

Reforestation To Help Save The Mountain Bongo

For the last nine months, Word Forest has been working closely with the Murang’a Youth Bunge County Forum CBO (MYBCF) in Kenya to find ways to help their Tulinde Bongo Project taking place in the Kmakia, Gatare and Wanjerere ranges of the Aberdares Forest, approximately 3 hours north of Nairobi. This amazing project covers a range of activities, with one goal, to help protect and save the Mountain Bongo (Tragelaphus eurycerus ssp. isaaci), a forest antelope and a subspecies of the Bongo Antelope. From the 1970s, these coppery brown animals with white stripes and spiral horns have been in danger

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Tree root and waterfall by Zach Reiner on Unsplash

Eco-Resilience

Eco-Resilience is our second FREE course at ‘Learn With Word Forest’. Enrol to learn about Eco-anxiety and the health effects of climate change, in addition

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Trees Are The Key Awareness Week is an initiative from UK Registered Charity, The Word Forest Organisation, run each March to encompass The International Day of the Forests. Based in Devon we plant trees, support women’s empowerment, build schools and facilitate education in rural Kenya. We raise environmental awareness and plant trees in the UK too.

See our positive impact in action in the documentary #TreesAreTheKey narrated by Kate Winslet.

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For further information get in touch with the team.

Press release, high res images and interviews available upon request.

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Call: 01297 533111