Conservation is a passion shared by Project Crimson and Mazda with a partnership spanning ten years the joint venture has seen thousands of native species of fauna and flora planted at areas all across the country. Find out more here

 

Around 60 groups received assistance from Project Crimson this year as part of our annual Community Restoration Programme. These groups received pohutukawa, northern or southern rata and/or funding from a Project Crimson Community Restoration fund of almost $15,000. Find out more here.

 

 

 

 

Latest News

Schools Green Dreams Could Become Reality
23/07/2014
We are delighted to announce the 11 finalists in Stage 1 of the Treemendous School Makeover judging process.
Naenae Primary School creates blooming education space for students
23/06/2014
The Lower Hutt community was out in force on Saturday 21 June to help out with Naenae Primary School’s Treemendous School Makeover.
 


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