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Planet Ark National Tree Day - Lithgow
Lithgow Mayor, Stephen Lesslie, said, “I urge local residents to come and celebrate National Tree Day and enhance our natural environment by coming along and planting some native plants at this family friendly event”.
This project is made possible through funding and support from Councils project partners Lithgow Oberon Landcare Association, Central West Councils Environment & Waterways Alliance and Planet Ark. This project is one of many Natural Resource Management Projects currently operating within the Local Government Area.
The National Tree Day event, usually held in July, is being celebrated in Lithgow on the 16th September (to take advantage of the warmer weather).The event will be held at Lake Pillans getting under way at 10am.
This is the 22nd annual Planet Ark Tree Day event which is estimated to involve over 250,000 volunteers at over 3000 planting sites across Australia. Come and help establish some native trees and shrubs via the ongoing planting works at Lake Pillans Wetland Reserve.
Register for the event by Thursday 14th September 2017 by contacting Council’s Landcare Coordinator Rechelle Fisher on (02) 6354 9999 or email register your interest email@example.com
This article archived 28 Oct 2017
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