Jane Goodall went to the Foyer des Jeunes de Molenbeek, where a Roots&Shoots group has been active since 2012, working on a vegetable garden. She was delighted with this project, which aims to support urban biodiversity, promote sustainable food and make the Commune of Molenbeek greener and more attractive.
With the help of the young people from the Foyer, Jane Goodall planted a cherry tree, which is the perfect addition to the vegetable garden. Finally, the first Belgian Roots&Shoots plaque was unveiled. This is proudly displayed on the front door of the Foyer and symbolises the commitment of the young people of the association to persevering with the project, thus contributing to a greener commune, to the benefit of everyone.