Sir Richard Branson’s private game reserve Ulusaba has teamed up with Food and Trees for Africa (FTFA) to celebrate ‘Arbor Month’. Guests staying at the South African reserve will be invited to buy and plant 400 shade and fruit trees in the local town Dumphries. Each guest will be asked to pay ZAR450 which includes a community tour and the tree purchase and plant. If there is not time to plant a tree, one can be planted on the guest’s behalf for ZAR100. The aim for Arbor Month, which will run through September, is to improve quality of life and build sustainable homes through the tree scheme.