Project Crimson is a conservation trust which plants thousands of native trees throughout New Zealand every year.
In 1990 parts of New Zealand were on the brink of losing pohutukawa trees forever. The Project Crimson Trust was established to fight for their survival and since then we have made impressive progress re-establishing pohutukawa and rata nationwide.
Whilst pohutukawa and northern and southern rata are no longer threatened species their protection and continued renewal is still vital. Enormous work remains to be done to restore the Bartlett's Rata species, with very few adult trees known to be in survival.
Project Crimson works with organisations, communities and individuals throughout New Zealand providing funding and ecologically-sourced trees for local projects. We also deliver environmental education programmes to schools through our Treemendous programme.
In 2015 we were recognised for our conservation work by winning a Green Ribbon Award, for protecting our biodiversity, at an awards ceremony at Parliament on 4 June.
For 25 years Project Crimson has been working with communities around New Zealand to renew and restore our precious ecosystems, with a particular focus on our iconic pohutukawa and rata trees. All New Zealanders can be part of our work by making a donation which will go directly into our Community Restoration Programme, allowing us to plant more native trees throughout the country.
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