The 100 Million Trees Project is a new national initiative developed by brothers, Richard and David Mulcahy, which aims to see the planting of 100 million native Irish trees across the island of Ireland throughout the next decade, as a community-driven initiative to reverse the immense environmental damage caused by the reduction of forests worldwide and the loss of huge areas of biodiversity.
Tree planting in Bride street Church Wexford.
The Care For The Earth Group made two large plots of land available in Bride Street church grounds for tree planting.
The short film below shows the ground work preparation and the planting of 1000 trees in the two plots.
Date Of Planting: 14th December 2022
Species of trees planted in Bride street Church.
The following is a list of the 1,000 trees planted at this site. Crataegus Monogyna(Whitethorn) Prunus Spinosa (Blackthorn) Corylus Avellana (Hazel) Sorbus Acuparia (Rowan) Sorbus Aria(Whitebeam) Viburnum Opu;us (Guelder Rose) Ilex Aquifolium (Holly) Prunus Avium 9Irish Cherry) Prunus Padus(Bird Cherry) Malus Sylvestris( Common crab apple) Euonymus Europeaus (Spindle)