A staged approach
We are taking a staged approached to how we grow our ideas and our activities over time.
Stage one: Tend the soil This is where we are now. Building connections, sharing ideas and supporting projects while we look for land needing care…
Stage two: Planting seeds This stage will start once we find the land.
Stage three: Growth This stage is all about nurturing what has been started with the local community.
Stage four: Harvesting We envision a thriving community, using our experience to support other projects.
Stage 5: Feeding the soil To keep the cycle going we continue to care for what we have started,
nurturing new generations of earth custodians, future leaders and carers.
Treecreate could be “seeding culture and community” all over the globe!
What is happening now?
Aside from some of the practical projects we work on, there is a range of tools and services to grow forests of collaboration, knowledge sharing and social and environmental empowerment.
Learn ways to break through the cracks with our training materials and education programs.
We bring together a range of skills and experience and can work with you to realise your organisations goals.
We have a series of guided tree meditations to connect you to nature. Tune into our podcasts to learn more.
Join our monthly sharing circle of like-minds and hearts where we nurture ideas, support and guide each other towards success. Contact us to subscribe.
Tending the soil
Learn ways to stay resilient in an ever changing world by engaging in hands-on regeneration projects.
We share insights about the importance of reforestation from our partners and collaborators in a series of articles under the banner of Tree Talk.
Seeding change through education
Treecreate has a range of online and face-to-face training options to help get your team savvy about creating with digital media, managing digital assets, user research and citizen engagement.
In addition to these areas, we also have extensive experience in working across cultures and disciplines, especially working with First Nations communities and Elders, migrant communities and with people with different abilities.
Learning programs are delivered as face-to-face teaching, online, in classroom and by engaging with nature.
Our approach to teaching is to provide pedagogical models that support a commitment to engaged communities, shared and open technologies.
All of Tracey’s lectures are publicly available on her SlideShare website.
University of Canberra, University of Volda (NO), National Australia University, Queensland University of Technology, Sunshine Coast University, University of Queensland, Southbank TAFE, Macquarie University.
Subjects include: digital IP and Ethics, art and environment, media and communications, cross-media, web and interaction design, graphic design and illustration, photography, art theory, arts administration and museum studies.
Independent educational experience
Facilitator and coordinator for Meeting of the Waters: Locative Media Oceania, community based workshops for ACT Government, Logan City Gallery, Gympie Regional Gallery, Flying Arts.
Let’s build something together.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and beyond and honour their continuing connection to land, water, culture and community. We pay our respects to all Elders past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge the Elders of the Joondoburri and Gubbi Gubbi peoples, on whose land we live and work. We pay our respects to all First Nations peoples and acknowledge their deep knowledge of the earth.