Community Garden Transformation Competition 2016
Author: Hasmukh Chand
Planet Ark and Toyota are excited to announce Community Verge Rejuvenation Projects as the winner of the Community Garden Competition. Planet Ark and Toyota are thrilled to award the prize and see how it will assist in adding nature to the community.
Engaging the commuinity and land care groups is an important aspect of National Tree Day. Not only does their participation help local environmental initiatives but it also plays a key role in engaging communities and extending awareness around local environments.
Planet Ark and Toyota would like to once again thank all the groups throughout Australia who entered the competition and we hope you enjoyed your National Tree Day activities. We look forward to your involvement next year.
Winning Entry: Community Verge Rejuvenation Projects:
A passion to establish sustainable showcase community spaces of native plants/bush foods, fruit trees and wicking beds for our communities to interact and enjoy #NTD2016
For further media information please contact:
T: 02 8094 7456
M: 0415 289 241
Hasmukh joined Planet Ark to support the National Tree Day campaign in 2016. He has a wealth of experience working with other great environmental organisations, as well as a degree in environmental science. Hasmukh also volunteers with the SES and continues to support other environment groups as a volunteer.
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