Teeny Tiny Steevies x Landcare

22nd April 2024 | 

Award-winning children’s act Teeny Tiny Stevies have partnered with the National Landcare Network and pledged to plant a tree for every preorder of their newly announced 'Green Album' which was released on April 22, Earth Day. 

Exert from Coast Community News:

This collaboration of music and environmental action reflects the album’s key focus of climate change and the environment, a topic very close to the band’s heart and an issue that was highlighted as a concern by parents of their young fans.

Recyclable Activity Packs are also available for purchase via pre-sale now with a digital album and to inspire action and boost the impact of the partnership, the band will be including an invitation within the pack to encourage families to join their local Landcare group.

“Music has the power to bring people together, and now, thanks to community Landcare, we’re using that power to bring families closer to nature. It’s a win-win for everyone,” Byll said.

“As a human and parent, I want to make a positive impact and contribution in protecting and sustaining our environment in whatever way I can.

“I’m also extremely time-poor with young kids, sometimes just getting by day by day.

“Hopefully our partnership with Landcare will help our audience by cutting out the research and prep time involved so it’s more easily accessible for them to get involved too."

Beth said she looked forward to sharing the experience with her immediate community as well as growing her community through this shared interest and outcome.

“By joining a Landcare group, families are not only helping the environment but also creating memories that will last a lifetime,” she said.

The tree planting will be completed while the sisters are on tour by connecting with the local Landcare networks in each location and photos will be posted and shared on both the National Landcare Network and Teeny Tiny Stevies socials, so fans can keep an eye on their progress.

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