October 24, 2013


Salmon Beach (WA).


On Wednesday the 4th September 2013, Esperance Primary School Year 6 students and staff lent the local environment a helping hand by planting hundreds of trees in and around the Salmon Beach area. 6 Local builder G.J. Gardner Homes Esperance donated the trees as part of their commitment to reduce their carbon footprint. Event co-coordinator Kathy Ashby said ‘It was a really great day, the students planted 300 trees in the coastal corridor area that needed re-vegetation. Their work today builds on the work the South Coast Natural Resource Management started last year. 2 Thank you to Trudy Harvey, Gerry Maguire and the team at G. J. Gardner Homes. It is great to see companies rising to the challenge of climate change. The Future is Local (Rod Quantock) is something that Fifteen Trees strongly believes and works towards. It is great to see companies like G . J Gardner Homes seeing the importance of protecting our local environment. Slainte – Colleen



June 18, 2024
Furnx is taking proactive steps each day and planning into the future, to ensure their company is part of a circular economy. Reducing waste and consumption of resources, and increasing recycling and reuse of materials is top of mind in every business decision they make, contributing to a more sustainable world. And now they are planting trees!


June 18, 2024
‘We feel very grateful, thankful and quite overwhelmed when we think about the contributions of all of the people involved. The project would not have happened without the support from sponsors of Fifteen Trees and such sterling efforts from Landcare and all the volunteers’. Kinglake Landcare.


June 17, 2024
‘We have some amazing customers who buy a tree as an extra when they book a tour with us. We have also bought some to help mother nature’. EcoTreasures.