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Dominic Monaghan Supports New Zealand Forests

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Lord of the Rings actor Dominic Monaghan supports New Zealand forests

Actor Dominic Monaghan (Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Purifiers, Spivs, Shooting Livien) employs his international stardom by becoming Spokesperson for Project Last Stand, an international effort bringing attention to the current state of the world’s forests and raising funds by organizing a celebrity charity auction. The proceeds from the auction will support forest groups who are buying unprotected forests and planting trees worldwide:

http://www.lichenjune.com/LastStand

Among the featured charities is the Nga Uruora Kapiti Project, an organization dedicated to the restoration of native forest habitats along the Kapiti Coast, north of Wellington. They are currently planting trees and restoring native bush between Paekakariki and Pukerua Bay:

http://www.kapitibush.org.nz/default.htm

“We are cutting down the equivalent of eleven football pitches of rainforest a day that is not being replaced. When I was told this, I was completely horrified.” - Dominic Monaghan, The Lord of the Rings Fan Club Official Movie Magazine

Monaghan is an active environmentalist, enjoys the outdoors, monkeys and football.

For more information about Project Last Stand Contact:

Project Last Stand laststand@lichenjune.com

http://www.lichenjune.com/LastStand


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