Chow:Hill is a proud sponsor of the New Zealand project, Million Metres Streams. The Million Metres Streams project is helping committed kiwis raise money to get large-scale tree planting happening along our country's waterways through crowd-funding.
The drive behind the Million Metres Streams project is to improve water quality, reduce erosion and create habitats for both plants and aquatic animals. Their ambition is the restoration of one million metres of New Zealand's riparian waterways, through the planting of trees along stream bank.
As a team of designers, and specifically including a team of landscape architects, the project fits perfectly with our company values and ethos. We are happy to support a world-first initiative and hope to encourage more New Zealanders to get involved.
We would like to draw your attention to a particular project in Tomarata, just north of Auckland. The Taylor family has six days left to crowd-fund the final $3000 they need to plant a kilometre of stream this winter.
Let's work together to clean up our rivers - take a look at their project and consider contributing to a metre of stream planting this week.
May 8, 2016