Our trees need you – share the love

Last year on Mother’s Day over 150 people planted native trees and grasses at Five Mile Creek Reserve.  (click here for a map)

working bee 26 map 500pxOne year on and this planting site needs a little love from us all.  If you can spare a few hours on Sunday morning from 9.30am, 26 May, we’ll get the site spruced up on no time at all.

Please bring your own gloves and we suggest you wear sturdy boots – it might be wet.  If you’ve got a whipper snipper, please bring one but don’t worry if you haven’t  – all help counts.  We’ll provide a yummy morning tea for everyone.

Download poster here

Jo Clancy (Woodend Landcare), Trevor Barker (Upper Campaspe Landcare Network) and Mini the dog at the plant site for Trees for Mum Five Mile Creek Reserve in Woodend.

Jo Clancy (Woodend Landcare), Trevor Barker (Upper Campaspe Landcare Network) and Mini the dog at the plant site for Trees for Mum Five Mile Creek Reserve in Woodend.

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