Autumn plantings in Wroclaw

Today, October 5, in the beautiful aura of golden Polish autumn, enjoying international company, together with Noark Electric we plant 26 large trees in Wroclaw!

NOARK Electric is a global company, engaged in supplying low-voltage electrical components for general construction electrical installations and specialized production. In order to effectively manage operations on each continent, taking into account the individual requirements of markets and countries, the company has placed its regional centers in Shanghai, Prague and Los Angeles. Hence, during the tree-planting campaign in Wroclaw, we can enjoy international, diverse company, and as we remember – diversity is great in every way, and we hope to engage more often in broad, intercontinental projects.

During the joint autumn meeting, located on the premises of the School Complex No. 20 in Wroclaw, together we want to plant 21 mature oak trees and 5 walnut trees. Previous seedlings, which were located in this place, unfortunately, did not survive, and the probable cause of their death could have been insufficient watering or mistakes made during planting.

The TIME FOR FOREST project was launched in 2005, we have been operating for 17 years, so we like to boast about our experience, but we never fall into a routine and make every effort to ensure that the planting is carried out in a fully professional manner. That is why during the events we are accompanied by a sozologist who cooperates with the foundation, supporting us not only substantively, but also, of course, purely physically.

We feel confident that all, the beautiful trees we plant will grow strong and healthy. We also make sure that the whole action will take place in a pleasant and friendly atmosphere, and will go down in the memory of the participants as a positive, valuable, green event.

We sincerely thank Noark Electric for its valuable contribution and commitment to the environment and our planet.

We would also like to thank the School Complex No. 20 in Wroclaw for providing the land, and hope that the planted trees will please students and staff for many years to come.