70 Trees planted to beautify Stanford

70 Trees planted to beautify Stanford

Ward 1 Councillor Dudley Coetzee and Overstrand’s horticulturist Lauren Rainbird, as well as the Stanford EPWP ‘Green Team’ and the learners of De Bron Primary School celebrated Arbour Month with the planting of 70 Sand Olive trees (Dodonea angustifolia) outside the school, along the boundary fence to beautify the area and to kerb dust from the dirt road outside the school.

The learners were asked to adopt the trees and to make sure that the trees are watered and cared for after which they were all asked to plant a tree which was done with loads of enthusiasm.

By planting one tree, we are expressing positive thoughts and hope…even if we are not there tomorrow, our trees will be there.

Pictured here are this year’s prefects of the De Bron Primary School Kyle Engel (left), Razeida Moses, Jenaeca Fortuin, Cllr Dudley Coetzee, Nathon Present, Taylor Bottom and Jaydee-Lee Brandes with the Stanford EPWP ‘Green Team’. The trees were kindly donated by the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment (DFFE) as part of the Ten Million Trees Programme, a project that aims to plant at least two million trees each year, for five years across South Africa.
Asenathi Mongameli, Sibahle Shologu, Amila Nxele, Qhama Mkolase of De Bron School doing spade duty.

Overstrand Municipality is taking part in the Trees in Cities Challenge and Executive Major, Dr Annelie Rabie, pledged to plant trees for supporting the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) in building sustainable, more resilient, and greener cities of tomorrow.

Razeida Moses and Ferpnique Dunsdon De Bron Primary School

Trees suited to our climate are, amongst others, the Tarchonanthus camphoratus (Camphor bush or Vaalbos as it is known here), Celtis africana (White stinkwood) or the Harpephullum caffrum (Wild plum).

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