Saplings for Science Week
Our 2019 – 2020 season is warming up for our Saplings for Science Week event, when 30,000 saplings will be distributed all over the country for planting with our youth as a Climate Action. Thank you Coillte and Science Foundation Ireland, the Tree Council and Office of Public Works, All the local authorities who will be participating and especially the Board and Members of Crann, Trees for Ireland!
Hey we are kicking off our new season of events again on CULTURE NIGHT with as usual a TREE PLANTING CEREMONY!!!, 1st April 2019


Culture Night Easy Treesie-Crann Climate Treeathalon;


 · Hosted by Easy Treesie
  • Friday, 20 September 2019 from 17:00-21:00
  • Patagonia (Dublin)

    24/26 Exchequer St., Dublin, Ireland

    Looking forward to

    ? Join us &@DubCityCouncil for a free guided walk on Aug 24 at 12 noon at the Red Stables courtyard around the

    Tree Trail with the world

    project; we will plant a tree!

School Tree Planting

The children of the Green School Committee of Belgrove Senior Girls’ School, Clontarf continue their tradition of planting native trees on their school grounds by planting a ceremonial tree in their school garden, a symbolic and practical action to increase biodiversity and capture and sequester carbon, preceded by a workshop on trees and their importance to us with the easy treesie – Crann, Trees for Ireland project.

Tuesday 2nd April 2019 10.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. Swords County Hall

Swords Woodland Association Tree event with presentations from invited groups, among them Orla Farrell of the easy treesie – Crann children’s planting project and Filip Jastrezebski of the Afforestation Project.


3rd April, 2019

11.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

Local school children join with their community to plant trees in this magnificent park, marking the culmination of a season of extensive tree planting and environmental workshops with children   all over Fingal. Presentation by Tifco – Panda group to Crann, Trees for Ireland to promote its national programmes.

4th April 10 a.m. – 12 noon

Local school children mark the planting of 1,000 trees in this magnificent park in the lead up to National Tree Week with a ceremonial planting in collaboration with Dublin City Council Parks Department. 5th April 2019 9.30 – 12.30


Listowel children and their teachers from participating schools are invited to attend a Plant for the Planet workshop, learning about the UN trillion tree project. Following a demonstration on how to plant saplings, the children assisted by members of the community will plant 300 trees specially selected by the team at Kerry County Council for Listowel’s iconic Town Park.


Stay up to date with our latest events listed in our blog, example here on the page from ages ago. We are going full tilt now to get as many trees in the ground as possible this season so we are putting the events up on the blog to get them out fast!  However I realised the other day when chatting with a friend we never read blogs. In a perfect world there would be another me, but a coder and web developer, working all the time on this site but hey, like our motto says, Stop Blogging Start Planting! Well it’s stop Talking stop Planting; same thing I suppose!

Tree Academy 26th January 2019, email with TREE ACADEMY in the subject line for details please.


Supported by:
Thanks to the easy treesie project for making this
happen with support from Crann – Trees for Ireland,
Fingal County Council, Coillte, The Community
Foundation for Ireland, the Water and Communities
Office, Siemens, The Afforestation Project, Salesforce,
and Counties Cork, Kerry, Kilkenny, Sligo and Dublin
City Councils.


We are particularly grateful to the Malahide Parish Community Centre, its director, Sharon and its friendly staff who have been so helpful in the organisation of our Tree Academy. The Malahide Community has been such a support and an especial thanks to all the volunteers who have come out to assist us in the course of this project; from the donation of a box of clementines at the Christmas Fair in the community centre by those wonderful stallholders in the basement of the Parish Hall to all the representatives of the Tidy Towns and of course, to all those in the local schools without whose wonderful work in getting the children togged out and booted and helping them achieve this symbolic action in combating Climate Change.