Donate Now! We Are Explorers want to plant 6,000 trees, and they need your help. Taking to crowdfunding to push the project over the line, these guys are rallying the troops to support this local, “tree-roots” movement to make a positive contribution towards reversing the effects of climate change and Rewild The Snowies.
From one of Australia’s leading online-travel publishers, We Are Explorers want to plant 6,000 trees to Rewild The Snowies with the help of you, the custodians of planet earth. Aimed squarely at repopulating Australia’s most extensive alpine region with native trees, this venture will go towards supporting a home for hundreds of endemic plant and animal species.
Off the back of purchasing a protected block of Daintree Rainforest from their highly successful 2019 crowdfunding campaign, We Are Explorers are back to do even more world-saving initiatives. Teaming up with the not-for-profit organisation Keep it Cool, and of course, each and every one of you, 6,000 native trees will be planted in the Snowy Mountains. Every $5 donated will go towards the planting of one tree.
Rewild The Snowies aims to create new habitats for wildlife, beautify the natural environment and, most importantly, draw down greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, making a positive contribution towards reversing the effects of climate change. Much like any other ecosystem, The Snowy Mountains are threatened by the results of human-made climate change, exacerbated especially in NSW due to a 13-fold increase in land-clearing since 2016, with 7,000ha approved for clearing last financial year. With many land-clearing projects described as “thinning for pasture expansion,” biodiversity has been heavily endangered.
Rallying the troops to curb the effects of climate change and government-approved land clearing, We Are Explorers are rallying the troops to save the world and Rewild The Snowies. Plus, you can even score some pretty tasty perks for your tree-mendous contributions, like a limited edition Tree-shirt with an illustration by Snowies local Leah Foster. Follow the links and help Rewild The Snowies with We Are Explorers and Keep it Cool.