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Keep up to date with our latest news

October 2022

We welcome our new board members

Posted on 10/20/2022
At our Annual General Meeting on 13 October we welcomed a new Treasurer, Marina Deaville, and two new board members – Martin Breed and Jason Size.

End of Year Party

Posted on 11/7/2022
This year’s event will be held at the Adelaide Showground on Wednesday 30 November.

September 2022

Thank You Tree Awards

Posted on 9/20/2022
Do you know a fellow member or volunteer who you believe has made an outstanding contribution to Trees For Life?

May 2022

Tree Scheme Orders Now Open

Posted on 5/5/2022
Order your seedlings now and they’ll be ready to plant in winter 2023.

April 2022

Annual Garden Plant Sale 2022

Posted on 4/5/2022
Our hugely popular native plant sale is happening 1 to 4 June.

February 2022

Change in office open hours

Posted on 2/11/2022
From Monday 14 February 2022, our office at 5 May Terrace, Brooklyn Park will be open to the public between from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm, Monday to Friday, until further notice. Please note the Westwood Nursery is currently closed to the public

December 2021

Holiday Office and Nursery Closures

Posted on 12/14/2021
The Trees For Life office and Westwood nursery will be closed from 12pm Friday 24 December 2021. We’ll open 9am Tuesday 4 January 2022.

Help keep our Red-tails flying

Posted on 12/6/2021
Trees For Life is calling on landholders with properties in the south east.

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SA Bushfire Recovery

Posted on 1/8/2020
How you can help

Native birds create bigger yield for farmers

Posted on 7/30/2019
Encouraging bird populations on farmland could increase yield by more than 10 per cent, according to an Albury researcher.

Clare group restores Neagles Rock vegetation

Posted on 1/7/2019
A group of enthusiastic Clare Valley residents has been working to protect and restore the native vegetation at Neagles Rock Reserve for the past eight years.

New project helps immigrants 'step' into nature

Posted on 1/7/2019
A Trees For Life project to introduce new immigrants to the Australian environment will officially be launched in Murray Bridge on January 24.