PLANTING AN ARRAY OF INDIGENOUS TREES TO RESTORE FORESTS
The City of Ekurhuleni, in partnership with Ekurhuleni FM and Khuthaza Foundation, a Non-Profit-Organization based in Springs, are planting 500 indigenous trees in continuation of Earth Day commemorations which is celebrated annually on 22 April. The Earth Day is commemorated to highlight the significance of preserving trees as part of the ecosystem.
As part of the commemoration, the community of Springs and surrounding areas are invited to join in the fun of planting these indigenous trees on Saturday, 30 April, in an effort to restore lost forests, repairing the damaged ecosystem and mitigating climate change.
Interested community members are requested to bring their own shovels and hand gloves to join in on the planting of trees.
Details of the Tree Planting Ceremony are as follows:
Date: Saturday, 30 April
Venue: Wit Road, Springs (Across Springs Mall)