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Published June 23rd 2014
The mulch is Spread - Holes are Dug - Time to Plant Trees
Help plant 2000 native plants.
Do something positive for the environment and reconnect with nature. Get involved, get your hands dirty, and make the area that you live in look beautiful. All this while having have fun with your friends. Join in the fun for National Tree Day and help plant 2000 native habitat plants along Eprapah Creek.
Importance of Native Trees
Trees are important to maintaining the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Trees remove and store carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as they grow. They can also assist in preventing s soil erosion, provide shade, shelter, food and habitat to native animals. The mulch is spread and the holes are dug, but support is needed to get the plants in the ground.
There will be a free sausage sizzle, certificates for participants, displays and lucky door prizes. Please remember to bring enclosed shoes, sun protection and drinking water.