The Plant-for-the-Planet Academies in Munich took place and we want to offer the opportunity to plant more trees. So the Sparda-Bank München organizes a new planting party in collaboration with the Walderlebniszentrum Grünwald.
We invite the ambassadors for climate justice, their parents and friends to plant together new larch trees in the forest “Grünwald” on 2nd November, 2012.
When? Friday, 2nd November 2012, 10 a.m.
Where? Walderlebniszentrum Grünwald, Sauschütt Geräumt, 82031 Grünwald, Germany
What do you need? Weatherproof Shoes and Clothes
If you want to participate, please send a short e-mail to email@example.com telling us the number of participating people. Participation is free!
Help us to reach the goal of 1,000 billion trees!
We are looking forward to meeting you!
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