The Green Earth - Charity Woodland
The Green Earth (TGE) started the "Plantation Enrichment Programme" since 2016. By planting a diversity of native tree seedlings, we aim to enhance the ecological value of the plantations, enrich the diversity of plants and species, and provide a variety of food sources for wildlife. This year, we have specially established a half-hectare "TGE Charity Woodland", inviting the public to adopt local native tree seedlings and build a native forest together with The Green Earth, enriching the ecology of Hong Kong nature.
By engaging the community to adopt and plant a native tree seedling, we aim to promote the message of loving the countryside, and to increase the biodiversity and ecological values of plantations in country parks. The funds raised through this event will be used to support TGE’s plantation enrichment programme.
Let’s join together to achieve the sustainability of Hong Kong's countryside and natural ecology!
Adopt a Tree Seedling to Enhance Hong Kong Woodland Biodiversity NOW!
Support TGE Charity Woodland Items
Adopt a native tree seedling for HK$500
- Each adopter will receive a Tree E-certificate
- The tree seedling will be planted in the co-built forest to support ecological sustainability
TGE Tree Planting Day - Event Highlights
Hong Kong Local Seedlings
You can support through the following link or by scanning the QR code. Please enter the contact phone number you provided when processing the payment.
Click to Support: http://bit.ly/355JVRR
FPS ID: 3555646
Registration name: The Green Earth Limited
*Official receipt will be issued for adoption after 4 weeks through email. Please provide information of the supporter in the form for The Green Earth to issue the receipt.
PLEASE SUPPORT A LOW CARBON GREEN EVENT
- Please avoid using single-used utensils and supplies.
- Please “Take Your Litter Home”.
- Littering, damaging, or disturbing flora or fauna is strictly prohibited.
“Country Parks Plantation Enrichment Programme (PEP)” was launched by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) in 2009. The Green Earth aims to promote this program to the community and encourage public participation, hopes to gather a group of environmental partners to establish the "TGE Charity Woodland". This afforestation work takes five years, including strategically removing aging exotic trees within designated quadrats, replacing them with native trees, conducting regular growth checks, tree-care maintenance (like weeding and fertilization) and ecological survey, etc.
*The aim of this programme is to gather joint support in establishing a woodland and enhancing its biodiversity. Strong may hold while weak may be weeded out in the natural competition so the survival rate of seedlings in the wild will never be 100%. If some of the seedlings fail to survive, TGE will decide whether to replant according to the circumstances.