Duffys Forest Residents Association Tree Day Site Details
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Tree Day Site Details

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Sunday, 29 July 2018 9:00am to 1:30pm

Aims of the project: With the financial support of a Restoration & Rehabilitation grant from the NSW Environmental Trust, Duffys Forest Residents Association (DFRA) is hosting National Tree Day at Waratah Park aka (Skippy Park).
In recognition of the heritage significance to the people of NSW this site was listed was listed on the State Heritage Register in 2015. Our funding grant aims to inspire, educate and recruit Australians to actively care for our unique land. As part of the ongoing rehabilitation project we aim to plant 400 native tube stock on the day. These planting will help to restore and beautify degraded areas, increase biodiversity and provide additional wildlife habitat.
A qualified bush regenerator will demonstrate planting techniques and answer any questions from participants about bush regeneration and at the completion of planting, participants will be given the opportunity to learn about the native species occurring on the site from our guest speaker and Botanist, Helen Dauncey
This event is an opportunity to reconnect with nature and to do something positive for your local environment and community.

Organisation: Duffys Forest Residents Association
Site Address: 13 Namba Road
Duffys Forest NSW 2084

Nearest Cross Street: Thuddungra Road

Suitable for Children: Yes
Accessible for disabled: Yes

Notes about the day for Volunteers:
A limited number of tools and gloves are available so participants are encouraged to bring a small hand shovel, hand mattock if available and gloves.
Appropriate clothing including a hat, footwear and a drink bottle is a must.
Please RSVP as morning tea refreshments and lunch are provide. Supervised children are welcome.

The following will be provided: 0

Activities that will take place on the day:

  • Planting Activity
  • Educational Activities
  • Education talk on species identification

Categories

  • Wildlife corridors
  • Native animal habitat

Website: www.duffysforest.com