CoW commemorates Arbor Day
The City of Windhoek joins the rest of the world on 11 October, this Friday to commemorate Arbor Day.
The City will observe the Day by planting trees at various schools in Windhoek to educate the children and address the present day challenges attributed to the effects of climate change.
In 2012 the City of Windhoek planted three thousand trees on Arbor Day and plans to meet this same goal for 2013.
This will include the planting of trees at schools, municipal sites and also the donation of fruit trees to communities.
The City will plant 70 trees at the School for the Hearing Impaired in Khomasdal as part of the official programme of the day’s activities.
Smaller tree planting events will also take place at the Herman Gemeiner Primary School, MH Greef Primary school, Gammams Primary school, Elim Primary school, Augeikas Primary school, Van Rhyn Primary school Theo Katjimune Primary school, Eros Primary school and Bet-el Primary school.
On Saturday, 12 October at 09:00hrs, the City will hand over 300fruit trees to the community in Havana, at the open space at corner of Uutapi and Walvis Bay Street and an additional 200 fruit trees will be handed over to the community of Okahandja Park at the open space in Julius Nyerere Street.