Ashfield Boys' Secondary School

Belfast, Antrim

Ashfield Boys Secondary School is organising this mission.

Ashfield Boys' Secondary are partnering with Belfast City Council and the Woodland Trust to help deliver the Belfast One Million Trees Project.

Belfast One Million Trees aims to plant one million native trees across Belfast by 2035.

This project is one of our Belfast City Council's major programmes to support climate adaptation across the city and it will make a substantial contribution to the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs’ Northern Ireland-wide Forest of Our Future Initiative. 

By planting one million trees, we are aiming to:

  • reduce carbon
  • improve air quality
  • reduce flooding
  • increase urban cooling
  • support and enhance biodiversity
  • improve physical and mental health and wellbeing.

Belfast One Million Trees was inspired by an original idea from the Belfast Metropolitan Residents Group and it is a collaboration between public, private and voluntary sector partners.

Planting Date 03 Jan 2022

Last donation 1 month ago

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690 trees donated of 690 target

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This mission is fully committed and will proceed on 03-01-2022.
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