Hunter Water - Community Planting Day Tree Day Site Details

Hunter Water - Community Planting Day

Join us for a community planting day near Grahamstown Dam! Through regeneration and restoration, we can help the flora and fauna that call the bush home, including local koalas and threatened species of bottle brush. We’re setting out to plant over 1000 groundcovers, shrubs and trees to help improve koala habitat availability and connectivity, improve long-term viability of threatened bottle brush and promote native regeneration. Come along for a free, family friendly day in the bush doing good for our community and environment, and see what a difference we can make together. This project has been assisted by the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust.

Native Animal Habitat Threatened Species

DATE & TIME

Friday, 24 May 2024

10:00am to 2:00pm

EVENT DETAILS..

Site Organiser

Ashlee Antcliff

RSVP Contact

Ashlee Antcliff

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Wheelchairs

No

DIRECTIONS

The event will be taking place on Hunter Water land adjacent to Grahamstown Dam, off Richardson Road. There will be signage and Hunter Water staff at the entry to the site to provide directions.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

What to bring? Enclosed shoes, long sleeves and long pants, hat, gardening gloves, sunscreen, mosquito repellent and water. And a can-do attitude! We’ll provide extra water to refill your bottle, sunscreen to reapply and a tasty lunch from the Lions Club food truck.

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Drinking water,BBQ


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?

Paul Holmquest
Adrian Svensson
Kendall Harrison
Kendall Harrison
Raymond Terrace Public School Jodie Lidbury
Raymond Terrace Public School Jodie Lidbury
Christopher Marley
Christopher Marley
Kate Frost
Kate Frost