GiveNow to our memorial planting for Barrie Oldfield

A memorial planting in honour of Barrie’s Oldfield OAM

Guildford Meadows will be planted this winter in honour of Barrie Oldfield OAM. The 17-hectare site situated within the boundaries of Whiteman Park will be host to 15,000 seedlings.

This is a one-time opportunity to say thanks to Barrie for all he has done for the Society. The planting will restore native bushland, offset carbon emissions, provide habitat to plants and animals native to the area.

Barrie was the Co-Founder of Men of the Trees WA and dedicated the latter half of his life to tree planting and preservation since his meeting with Richard St Barbe Baker in 1979. Under his leadership and guidance the organisation has planted over 13 million trees particularly on degraded lands.

Can you please help us achieve our funding goal of $60,000? We ask that you dig deep and give as generously as you can to help make this planting happen.

Let’s do this and show our respect and appreciation for all Barrie has done for us.