Schools Tree Planting
Koala Tree Planting for Schools, Universities & Educational Groups
Hands-on action and environmental learning for students, with organised, professional tree planters. No hole digging required.
“A tree planted this year by Year 7 students will be big enough to feed a koala when those students are in Year 11”
It only takes 4 years for a tree to grow large enough to feed a koala. A tree planted this year by a Year 7 will be big enough to feed a koala when those students are in Year 11.
Where: The You Yangs and private farms in the Little River/Anakie/Batesford/Bannockburn region
most tree planting sites are 45 mins – 1 hr west of Melbourne CBD.
KOALA TREE PLANTING: June to August every year. Weekdays preferred.
WEED REMOVAL & KOALA EDUCATION: All year
Times: flexible, generally we recommend a start time of 9 – 10am, finish by 2pm.
Group size: 20 to 30 is ideal. Larger groups can be accommodated by splitting the group and/or visiting two sites in one day.
Inclusions: Experienced Koala Clancy Foundation supervisor throughout. All planting equipment and trees provided. Holes are pre-dug, plants, guards, stakes ready at site.
Transport: from a central pickup location to the site/s can be provided for extra cost.
Cost: around $20 per student, depending on group size and inclusions.
What happens on the day:
Koala Tree Planting (June to August): An introduction by the Koala Clancy Foundation supervisor, then transport to the planting site. Briefing on tree planting techniques & safety. Tree planting for 1.5 to 2 hours. Morning tea. Transport to the You Yangs. Educational koala walks for 1 hour. Lunch. Conclusion.
Weed Removal & Koala Educational walks (September to May): An introduction by the Koala Clancy Foundation supervisor, then transport to the team weeding site. Briefing on weeding techniques & safety. Weeding for 1.5 hours. Morning tea. Educational koala walks for 1 to 1.5 hours. Lunch. Conclusion.
Contact: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 03 9646 8249