December 19, 2022


Planted in

Trovio Group. Planting for Investors & Partners.

Consumers prefer to purchase from businesses that are environmentally responsible. At Trovio, they are walking the talk by purchasing 50 native trees for us to distribute to a community group for planting. A tangible environmental project to sponsor.



With offices around the world, Trovio is at the forefront of the changing digital and traditional economies. This year, the Sydney office decided to thank their investors and partners by planting 50 native Australian trees on their behalf.



Trovio’s Environmental Commitment.

In today’s world, how we contribute to the protection of the environment and the carbon footprint of our activities must be front of mind. Trovio is committed to using our position to maximise innovation in the carbon industry and minimise net emissions of our assets and operations.


The trees (mostly Blackbox and River Red gums) were planted at Barham, in Trovio’s home state of NSW, home of the Wamba and Perrepa People. Importantly, Trovio also purchased the tree guards for this project. A tree guard helps keep the new seedlings from grazers, in particular rabbits and kangaroos. Inside the plastic sleeves, a microclimate is created also helping protect from harsh UV, drifting sand, frost, and wind.


Tree guards give the young seedlings protection as they take root.


This site is part of the Wakool River floodplain. The area has been heavily modified for agricultural purposes, with little remnant flora remaining. In patches where native flora has been preserved, there is a very unique and biodiverse vegetation community. Over 30 different species of indigenous plants have been identified on this site.


Little one mixing the water crystals, prior to planting the trees.


The trees were planted to replant bare areas that were cleared in the past for farming purposes. This will help to form a wildlife corridor which will join to the vegetation which buffers the Wakool river. Animals, birds and lizards will be able to move more safely between these zones and be provided with habitat, shelter and food.


Boobook Owl, Pied Butcher and Willy Wag-tail.


The area is well know for it’s native wildlife; kangaroos, goannas, skinks, red belly black snake, lots of insects and butterflies, and many bird species such as the Willy Wag-tails, Ibis, White-faced heron and White Throated heron, galah, Pied Butcher bird, kookaburra, White Browed babbler, Eastern rosella, magpies, Boobook owl and raptor species (Wedge-tail eagles, Whistling kites).


A big thank you and note of appreciation to those that have paid for these trees. Without you this replanting project would have never been started. Not only have your funds put trees back into the ground,  but they have provided motivation and inspiration to ensure that this very important replanting project is completed. Thank you so much.

Lisa & Viole | Members | Barham and District Landcare


We welcome Trovio’s commitment to helping restore and preserve our unique Australian environment and encourage other businesses and individuals to do the same.  We know that their investors and partners will appreciate their gift of trees.


A gift for investors & partners. A gift for the planet.


If you would like to know more about sponsoring community tree planting projects and how we can assist you in becoming a more sustainable business, please contact Colleen at <[email protected]>.


Writer: Colleen Filippa

With a background in Environmental Science, Colleen is the Founding Director of Fifteen Trees. In 2009, after 20 years in primary, secondary and tertiary education institutions, Colleen left the classroom to start the company. Fifteen Trees is a social enterprise assisting individuals and companies to reduce their carbon footprint by supporting community groups such as Landcare, schools and environmental networks.




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