National Tree Day

National Tree Day

National Tree Day On Sunday the 31st July – National Tree Day, 80 community members representing 8 landcare groups and the Yea Wetlands CoM spent a lovely morning planting at 8 different locations across the network, including Merton, Terip Terip, Cheviot Tunnel, Taggerty, Kinglake, Strath Creek, Flowerdale and Homewood. We were very grateful the rain…

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Another Successful National Tree Day!

On Sunday the 27th of July 50 people attended our National Tree Day (NTD) planting along the Great Victorian Rail Trail. Beginning at two ends of the trail, we began planting at Homewood and Merton then continued on to Cheviot Tunnel and Molesworth. The National Tree Day Rail Trail project began three years ago, with…

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National Tree Day

UGLN and the Kinglake Landcare Group hosted two National Tree Day activities at the Koala Browse Reserve in Kinglake. On Friday 26th July 50 students and teachers helped to plant almost 400 plants in only a few short hours and on Sunday 28th July a small band of dedicated volunteers in windy and cold conditions helped…

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California Conservation Corps

Volunteers from the California Conservation Corps (CCC) are currently in Australia on an 8 week exchange project with Conservation Volunteers Australia. The have been working in South Australia and Victoria carrying out erosion and salinity control, seed collection, construction and maintenance of walking tracks, endangered flora and fauna surveys and monitoring. During their time in Victoria the…

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National Tree Day

The Kinglake Landcare Group held this year’s National Tree day event at Bollygum Park in Kinglake. The weather was great and over 50 local people including members of the Kinglake Scouts, Kinglake Landcare and Friends of Bollygum Park attended and planted over 500 plants in the bushland and garden areas of the newly constructed park.…

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Serious Landcare Activity in Kinglake

You know the community’s active when the ‘lolly-pop’ turns up! Kinglake Landcare are serious about rebuilding and rejuvenating their local environment. Public safety is high on the list when planning and conducting on-ground works. We’ve been busy on National Tree Day: 40 volunteers including grade four students from Middle Kinglake Primary School attended the National…

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