We Fijians are lucky!
We’re lucky to live in a country with trees, forests and greenery.
That amongst other reasons is why we are celebrating International Day of Forests with the theme Forests & Sustainable Cities!
From 2pm till 4pm on the Wednesday 21st March at the Thurston Gardens followed by tree planting on the Suva foreshore
Also, join the celebrations at the Katonivere Grounds in Labasa and Koroivolu Park in Nadi town at 9.00am.
Come along and help plant a tree at any of these 3 different locations closest to you on WEDNESDAY 21st March.
International Day of Forests 2018 - Let’s make make our cities and towns greener, healthier, happier places to live!
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