Planting the seed of Tiny Forest

2 Goodgymers helped their local community in Ealing
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Monday 19th February

Report written by Kash

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A new Tiny Forest is coming to Ealing: at Southall Recreation Ground! Last Saturday Earthwatch gave us a surplus of leaflets printed to advertise the event. In GoodGym we don't like waste - and if there was a chance to convince more people to join the Tiny Forest initiative - we were going to give it a shot.

Steph and Kash met in front of Southall Station for a last-minute call to spread the word about the Thursday planting among the local community. They walked South, through a familiar route towards Western Road, and targeted the letter boxes at houses not far from Southall Recreation Ground.

There was only a tiny amount of leaflets to finish off, so the task was done in no time. Hopefully, at least a few of them landed on the promising ground!

If you would like to join the planting of the Tiny Forest in Southall, come along this Thursday afternoon. Sign up here.

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Tiny Forest is a dense fast-growing native woodland of 600 trees planted densely in a tennis-court size plot, maximising benefits per m2 of land. The proponents, Earthwatch, engage with local communities to plant, maintain and monitor their forest over time. The forests reconnect people with nature and raise awareness of climate change.

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