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Community Planting Day 1 #

Posted on: 2 March 2020

There are so many ways you can be involved in helping our local environment but perhaps none more rewarding than planting tree's.

This events aims to support our local wildlife, a part time sheep grazier and of course our community in greening up our environment. Our aim for the day is to get 1100 indigenous plants into the ground. If you would like to participate in the planting please bring appropriate footwear and clothing. We also need you to RSVP so that we can cater properly and provide you with a great experience.

For those interested we will be taking a walk in a remnant bush block at the back of the property to observer and celebrate the mature hollow bearing trees of the area. We will also look at the types of understorey plants that are present and draw on the knowledge of local experts who have put together a list of birds that frequent the property.

The event will provide an opportunity for you to see up close the types of plants that are suitable for a wet environment and talk to the Landcare Facilitator and local Landcare Group Representatives about any project plans you have for your property.

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