Aurivo’s Homeland Garden Centre put down more roots in Donegal this week as part of their ‘30,000 Trees in 30 Days’ initiative.
Since November 21st, 30,000 free native Irish trees are available for free for collection at ten Homeland Garden Centres locations, including Letterkenny
On Wednesday, 1,500 saplings were presented to the Crossroads and Killygordon Enterprise (CAKE) community group for planting in the area.
These native Irish trees will be planted within the local community at Monellan Wood, Dromore Wood and Dromore Park Estate.
Aurivo already has strong roots in the area – Crossroads is the location for their flagship milk processing plant which employs almost 200 people.
Main pic from L-R: Letterkenny Homeland staff, Chris Lyons (manager) and Johnny McGee, Cronan Scanlon (CAKE) and Kimberly Porter (Aurivo).
To get involved and for full details on your Homeland Garden Centre locations you can read their blog here.
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