joining us

Please join MOTT QLD (women, men children, whole families).

We offer a number of different subscription options. We can always use more volunteers for our Saturday planting groups, but appreciate the financial and organisational support of all our members. Annual subscriptions are due on May 1 of each year.

The subscription fees are:

Concession: $15
Individual: $25
Family: $45
Corporate: $100

If you would like to become a member, simply print a copy of the Membership Application Form, complete the application and forward it with your cheque or money order for the appropriate membership fee to:

The Men of the Trees (Qld) Inc
PO Box 283
Clayfield Qld 4011

Alternatively, email your details to:

And, pay online via Direct Debit to:

Name: Men of the Trees (Qld) Inc
BSB: 124-001
Acc No: 93057245

If you have any questions about joining MOTT, please email Marion at or call 07 2266 1448.

each week

Members of MOTT attend plantings on most Saturday mornings from late January to early December. Throughout the year, MOTT also hosts to trips to locations of interest to our members. Our trips are usually planned for locations of particular environmental interest, however we also visit historical sites and other places suggested by our members.

You don’t have to be a member of MOTT to attend plantings or trips, so if you’d like to come along, please phone the contact person listed next to the event you’re interest in. We are always happy to welcome new members, or even just once-off planters and will be grateful for any assistance you provide

each year

National Tree Day is Australia’s biggest community tree-planting event and is co-ordinated by Planet Ark. Since Tree Day started in 1996 more than 1.5 million volunteers have planted over 11.5 million native trees and shrubs! MOTT hosts a planting site each year for National Tree Day, which is usually very well attended.

Visit the Planet Ark website for more information about National Tree Day. Refer to the current planting schedule (above) or news for details of this year’s site.