Visit the BusyTrees booth at Glastonbury
The first confirmed date at which the BusyTrees will be appearing in 2011 is the world-famous Glastonbury music festival in the UK (22-26 June 2011). Festival organisers have kindly given the BusyTrees a whopping 16 square metre space to pitch their tent tell festival-goers all about the benefits of growing more trees on farms. You’ll be able to browse posters, listen to talks by experts, and see for yourself how putting more trees on farms helps to combat climate change and fight poverty.
We’re even told that Max Mango is going to be there in person, giving out leaflets, chatting to festival-goers and generally soaking up the atmosphere. We already know that U2 are headlining, but we’ll be doing our best to pull Max away from the Pyramid stage to make sure he’s available at the booth to answer your questions in person.
If you don’t already have tickets to Glastonbury, then we’re sorry to say you won’t be able to meet Max and the gang there, as tickets sold out months ago. But if you are one of the 177,000 people attending the event, watch out for Max and the crew and take the opportunity to sign the BusyTrees petition calling on the world’s governments to encourage trees in farming to combat climate change and poverty.
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