'Trees for Bees'

Honey, I'm Home and treemission

– a tree planting conservation initiative

Honey, I'm Home Produce is delighted to bee partnering with treemission to be able to support their important conservation work.
We are committing to plant one tree for every kilo of honey we sell.
We firmly beelieve in healthy, biodiverse plantings for ALL pollinators and by partnering with @treemission we will be able to support this goal.
Up to July 2022, we have already planted over 1,500 trees!!

About Honey, I'm Home:

As a family, we have been involved with many Rotary tree plantings and have personally planted over 10,000 trees on our block in Tammin.
Over the past decade, as beekeepers we have noticed an inherent decline in Western Australian biodiversity, increasingly interrupted flowering patterns in major forests and directly experience the rapidly changing climate.
As a business, we are delighted to have the opportunity to do our part for the United Nation's Decade of Ecosystem Restoration.


About treemission:

In 2008, a group of Rotary clubs, (later joined by E-WA) with the support of the National Trust of Australia (WA) founded the treemission© project. This innovative environmental project encourages people to address climate change by planting trees to offset their contribution to greenhouse gases and global warming. By informing the community about changes to our environment and planting trees to lessen those impacts, treemission© is making a difference where it matters.

Treemission© turns emissions created in everyday activities into trees and shrubs. We conserve endangered plants and animals, rehabilitate degraded land and lower carbon levels in our atmosphere.

Fact. We all generate carbon emissions through our daily activities. There are lots of things you can do to address your own carbon footprint , but first and foremost you can plant trees. Lots of trees. That’s where treemission © comes in, because we’re looking for volunteers to help rehabilitate areas of degraded land by planting trees.

By rehabilitating that degraded land, treemission© also creates new homes for endangered species. Win – win!

Local plant varieties are used wherever possible, with biodiversity key to the selection of tree and understorey species. Urban and rural communities have responded positively to the challenge and are playing an increasing role in tree planting activities (explanatory notes from treemission)

If you are feeling even more planty direct donations can be done via the treemission website!