Ever feel like you wish you could actually do something to make a difference?
Is there something you could be doing to tackle climate change? One practical way to combat the effects of climate change is to plant more trees in order to take more carbon out of the atmosphere. Through its project Forest for Peterborough, the environmental charity Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) is encouraging everyone to get involved!
So whether you’re a nature-lover, someone who likes to try new things or you simply need an excuse to get outdoors, join PECT for its FREE Tree Planting day on Saturday February 11.
Everyone’s welcome, so make sure to show your love for the local environment and plant a tree at Werrington Open Space, nearby Baron Court. The event will be a drop-in session between 10.30am-4.30pm with last arrivals at 2.30pm. Make sure you register your attendance via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07715 372432.
Simon Belham, Forest for Peterborough Project Officer explains: “If we act together, planting one tree at a time, we can have a lasting impact and work towards a more sustainable future.”
There are plenty of other events happening too! Make sure to visit the website at fortheloveof.org.uk.For more information about PECT, visit www.pect.org.uk/forest or call 01733 568408. Plus find PECT on Twitter @SustainableCity.