Tamar Valley Rural Biodiversity and Landscape Learning Project LAUNCH

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 29 Jul 2016
11:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location
Youngtown Regional Park


The Tamar Valley Rural Biodiversity and Landscape Learning Project (20 Million Trees) LAUNCH

Where: Poplar Parade, Youngtown Regional Park (200 m south of Poplar Parade/Opossum Road junction)
When: Friday 29th July, at 11.00 am

(Planting off Alma Street from 9.30 am)

In December 2015, Tamar NRM successfully attracted $107,800 to the region for its 20 Million Trees project entitled: Tamar Valley Rural Biodiversity and Landscape Learning Project.
The project involves establishing 28,000 plants (20,000 trees and 8,000 understorey) on 65 ha of public and private land. It connects schools and the community in planting on council reserves (urban component) and works with landholders to establish biodiverse shelter belts through seedlings and by direct seeding (rural component), supporting high priority naturally biodiverse areas.

The project is federally funded with in-kind support from Tamar NRM, Councils, Landholders and students and will run until July 2018.

Come Help up launch the project!
RSVP by 27th July, 2016: Phone: 03 6323-3310.