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Native tree game for kids arrives just in time for Christmas

Native tree snap game lying flat

Trees That Count is encouraging grown-ups to gift kids something that’ll last this Christmas, with their new card game designed to help young Kiwis spot a native tree in the wild.

Trees That Count is encouraging grown-ups to gift kids something that’ll last this Christmas, with their new card game designed to help young Kiwis spot a native tree in the wild. 

In each pack of ‘Tree Snap’, kids will discover fun facts about 14 trees unique to Aotearoa including the iconic pōhutukawa, nīkau palm, tī kōuka (cabbage tree), northern rātā and more.

Each pack of 52 cards comes in a soft, draw-string bag that makes it very easy for little hands to use and put away.



Order your pack of Tree Snap on Trade Me and you'll also be funding the planting of one native tree — which is awesome for our environment! Tree Snap will be available for purchase until December 15, 2019.


More about Tree Snap

Tree Snap is brought to you by Trees That Count, a charity that loves NZ’s native trees.

Beautifully illustrated by artist Ezra Whittaker-Powley, all Tree Snap cards are printed on Forest Steward Council Certified Paper.

The bags are 100% biodegradable and reusable calico cotton bag manufactured in a SEDEX certified facility which ensures a fair wage policy.

Trees That Count is a programme of Project Crimson Trust, a conservation charity that has proudly been at the heart of native tree conservation efforts in New Zealand for close to three decades.

To buy Tree Snap: https://bit.ly/2NXzV4V



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