UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Community Based Conservation events


Melbourne

TreeProject

TreeProject

BLUE BALL August 25 URBAN PLANTING
Richmond River Bank, near Melbourne Girls College 10am-4pm. Planting, mulching and weeding. Bring your own spade or mattock if you can. For more information ring (03) 96509477 or email Peta O'Donohue
BLUE BALL> September 22 URBAN PLANTING
Studley Park, Sunday 22 September, opposite Walmer Street. For more information ring (03) 96509477 or email Peta O'Donohue
BLUE BALL October 13 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Yarra Bend Park. For more information ring (03) 96509477 or email Peta O'Donohue
BLUE BALL October 27 BLUE DEVIL DAY
The Environmental Arts Festival Sunday, October 27, by the banks of the Yarra at Yarra Bend Park. A joint activity between members of the arts and environment communities, Blue Devil Day will include tree planting, natural sight and sound displays, nature walks and lots of work from local artists to see Look out for details of the fundraising evening at the Cherry Tree. For more information click here.

Men of the Tress

MOTT have several native plantings scheduled

BLUE BALL September 15
BLUE BALL> October 20
BLUE BALL November 17
BLUE BALL December 15
All plantings are at Yarra Bend Park at 10 am, Melways Map 2D D6. Ring (03) 9898 1364 for more information or write to PO Box 281 Kerimuir, Vic 3129.


Earth Care

BLUE BALL September 14, 15 EARTH CARE WEEK
A variety of activities taking place in the City of Port Melbourbne. These include plantings, an indigenous nursery Open Day and story reading for younger people. For more details click here

Victoria

Spring Planting (lots of events)
September 15 RURAL PLANTING
Help Upper Maribynong Catchment Group plant lots of trees on Sunday 15 September. For more information ring (03) 96509477 or email Peta O'Donohue
BLUE BALL November 9, 10 POWLETT PROJECT
Planting in Powlett Catchment. Saturday and Sunday in Wontaggi and surrounds. This is a major 3 year community tree planting in South Gipsland. Volunteers from the city are invited to a weekend of FUN - planting trees, gathering seed, protecting remanant vegetation and costal wetlands, removing weeds and collecting litter in the Powlet River Catchment. Sound like your sort of weekend? For more details ring the TreeProject office or email Peta O'Donohue

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