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Transformational Leadership Youth Session Held

Transformational Leadership Youth Session Held

In collaboration with the Bermuda Industrial Union [BIU], Imagine Bermuda Planning, Bermuda CAN, the Corporation Of Hamilton, and the Department Of Education, the Transformational Leadership Youth Session was held on Monday [Jan 20]. The event was introduced by Glenn Fubler and included a number of talks and workshops on youth leadership, politics,... Read more of this article

Photos: Bermuda National Trust Tree Planting

Photos: Bermuda National Trust Tree Planting

In an effort to start the new decade on an environmentally friendly note, the Bermuda National Trust [BNT] held an event today [Jan 1], aimed at ensuring 50 trees were planted at various locations across Bermuda in celebration of their 50th anniversary. A Bermuda Climate Action Network spokesperson previously said, “The newly formed Climate Action... Read more of this article

Public Invited To Plant Trees To Start New Year

Public Invited To Plant Trees To Start New Year

The community is invited to join the Bermuda National Trust [BNT] in celebration of their 50th anniversary by planting 50 trees on New Year’s Day at various locations across Bermuda. A spokesperson said, “The newly formed Climate Action Network [Bermuda CAN] supports the National Trust event and encourages people to sign up to help at one of... Read more of this article

Ceremonial Tree Planting At Botanical Gardens

Ceremonial Tree Planting At Botanical Gardens

Earlier today [Nov 4] Premier David Burt and Azorean President Vasco Cordeiro conducted a ceremonial tree planting in the Botanical Gardens as part of the celebrations of the 170th anniversary of the arrival of the first Portuguese immigrants to Bermuda.In attendance for the occasion were the visiting Azorean delegation, Public Works Minister Lt/Col... Read more of this article

Skills Development Presentation On February 25

Skills Development Presentation On February 25

The Garden Club of Bermuda will be hosting a public presentation of the Skills Development Program on Monday, February 25th at 6.00pm at The Cathedral Hall on Church Street. A spokesperson said, “It goes without saying that The Garden Club of Bermuda has a fundamental interest in horticulture. We are a local charity, almost 100 years old, and we have... Read more of this article

City Advisory: Tree Removal On Elliott Street

City Advisory: Tree Removal On Elliott Street

The City of Hamilton is advising the public that it will be removing three Mahogany trees on Elliott Street due to root systems that have adversely affected City sidewalks, roadways, as well as private properties.Parks Superintendent, Steven DeSilva, said of the removal, “The City has a Street Tree Policy in place that outlines our commitment to... Read more of this article

Pembroke Rotary Club Plants A Yellowood

Pembroke Rotary Club Plants A Yellowood

Ian H. S. Riseley is the President of Rotary International for 2017-18, and as part of his theme of “Rotary: Making a Difference in 2017-18,” he has challenged all 1.2 million Rotary members around the world to plant a tree before Earth Day on April 22. In response to President Riseley’s challenge, the Pembroke Rotary Club recently partnered with... Read more of this article

Bacardi & Idaho State Liquor Board Plant Trees

Bacardi & Idaho State Liquor Board Plant Trees

Bermuda-headquartered Bacardi knows that the seeds of today will bear the fruits of tomorrow, so for the third year, the drinks company ran its “Buy-a-Bottle-Plant-a-Tree” campaign to restore forests in Idaho. In partnership with American Forests and with support from the Idaho State Liquor Board, more than 93,000 trees have been planted in in... Read more of this article

Photos: HRH Princess Royal’s Visit To Bermuda

Photos: HRH Princess Royal’s Visit To Bermuda

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence attended a tree-planting at Government House yesterday morning [June 25] while also attending a reception ceremony. After the ceremony, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited Christ Church Warwick. She was escorted into and out of the church by Rev. Alistair Bennett. Her... Read more of this article

Selley Completes Arboricultural Training In Wales

Selley Completes Arboricultural Training In Wales

After completing an intensive eight week C&G/NPTC training programme in arboricultural practices with ProClimber Training in South Wales, Curt Selley has returned to the Brown & Company Ltd tree unit. Martin Brown said, “We are pleased to welcome Curt Selley back to the island and the company. Curt has just returned having completed an... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Tree Moved At City Hall Car Park

Photos & Video: Tree Moved At City Hall Car Park

The City Hall car park in Hamilton is closed to the public this weekend, as trees are being moved from the centre and relocated to the north corners of the car park.In advising of the parking lot’s weekend closure, the City previously said, “Two trees are being removed from the centre and relocated to the two north corners of the car park.... Read more of this article

Yellowwood Trees Planted In Paget For Earth Day

Yellowwood Trees Planted In Paget For Earth Day

To celebrate Earth Day and kick off its Occupational Health, Safety & Environment Week, BELCO has sponsored the planting of two rare, native Yellowwood trees on the Audubon Society’s Alfred Blackburn Smith Nature Reserve in Paget. Jessica McClure, Manager of Occupational Health, Safety & Environment at BELCO said, “We wish to support the... Read more of this article

Tree Planting Held To Mark 2016 Earth Day

Tree Planting Held To Mark 2016 Earth Day

Health, Seniors and Environment Minister Jeanne Atherden today [April 22] planted an Olivewood tree in the Arboretum in commemoration of Earth Day. Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, and events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now recognised in more than... Read more of this article