Our people are at the heart of all we do. We revegetate and protect bushland, farmland and urban terrain. With local knowledge, we raise awareness about native plants and animals. And with experience we empower people to take action and connect with their landscape.
We work with you. We create visible change. We are South Australian.
Posted on 9/16/2019
Trees For Life members and supporters are invited to attend our AGM on Thursday 24 October.
Posted on 9/10/2019
Do you know a fellow member or volunteer who you believe has made a special contribution to Trees For Life?
Posted on 7/30/2019
Encouraging bird populations on farmland could increase yield by more than 10 per cent, according to an Albury researcher.
Posted on 7/10/2019
Join us on a Bush Action Team in the nationally threatened Grey Box Grassy Woodland at Blackwood on Threatened Species Day, 7 September from 9am to 3.30pm.
Posted on 7/9/2019
Our ordering season is open and runs through to 31 August 2019.
Posted on 5/21/2019
It's on again. Our hugely popular native garden plant sale is happening 30, 31 May and 1 June.
Posted on 3/22/2019
We are running six native garden workshops across metropolitan Adelaide thanks to support from an SA Water Community Grant.
Posted on 3/19/2019
To support our revegetation efforts for the endangered Red-tail Black-Cockatoo we’re looking to grow our team of local seed collectors in the South East.
Posted on 3/4/2019
Trees For Life launched their Habitat Hero Lottery this week in a bid to help save the homes of vulnerable wildlife impacted by loss of habitat.
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.
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.
Posted on 8/8/2018
Securing the Future of Silver Daisy Bush (Olearia pannosa ssp. pannosa) is a Trees For Life project funded through the Australian Government's Threatened Species Recovery Fund started in January 2018.