For two weeks in July I was lucky enough to join the Greenpop team in Livingstone, Zambia, for the second year of their reforestation and eco education project, Trees for Zambia.
After a psych degree, three years in publishing and an introduction to travel writing and photography at Getaway, I flew the corporate nest to take up photography full time. My love of portraiture and street photography is rooted in travel. I take great joy from capturing a place through its people.Follow @Sarah_Isaacs_
Last year, Greenpop rolled out their ambitious Trees for Zambia reforestation project and a total of 4135 trees were planted over three weeks. This year, they are doing it again and it promises to be even bigger and better.
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During my week at Greenpop’s Trees for Zambia reforestation and conservation education project in Livingstone I smiled solidly for seven days. Here are ten reasons why I think tree-planters are such a happy bunch.
It was the first Friday of the Trees for Zambia reforestation and conservation education project in Livingstone – a good day to plant 1000 trees.
After an awesome start to Greenpop’s Trees for Zambia reforestation and conservation education project, things only got better.
The beginning of Greenpop’s Trees for Zambia project.