Men of the Trees in Western Australia is a not-for-profit, Incorporated Association, founded in 1979. Since that time it has planted more than 13 million seedlings to prevent the spread of deserts, erosion and salinity. Members, sponsors, donors, community and corporate volunteers have been part of making a difference in Western Australia. You too can be involved in this great work.
Events for 2013
We have a host of events and open days set for 2013, including EnviroFest 2013, Mother's Day, Childrens
Plantings, the St. Barbe and Rockingham Open Days and more.
See the Events page for full details.
"Tall Timber", a book about the people Richard St Barbe Baker met and influenced in his lifetime, is NOW
AVAILABLE from Men of the Trees. Click
for more information on the book and how to order.
MOTT takes a leadership role by bringing people together from all walks of life, to grow trees and shrubs and to undertake revegetation activities with the community, partners and volunteers to improve the health, productivity and sustainability of degraded land.
We are respected nationally for promoting an awareness of the role of trees in the environment and thereby their contribution to the welfare of mankind.
We are about TREES, FOOD AND COMMUNITIES.