Belmont Wetlands State Park - Tree Planting Day Tree Day Site Details

Belmont Wetlands State Park - Tree Planting Day

Our tree planting day aims to enhance the natural beauty and ecological health of the green spaces along the beach access track at Belmont Wetlands State Park. This initiative is part of our ongoing efforts to rehabilitate the coastal dune ecosystems and support local biodiversity. . Key Objectives: . Ecosystem Restoration: By planting native trees and shrubs, we aim to stabilize the sand dunes, reduce erosion, and create a sustainable habitat for local wildlife. . Biodiversity Enhancement: The introduction of native flora will support various fauna, contributing to the overall biodiversity of the park. . Community Involvement: Engaging volunteers in this project fosters a sense of community ownership and awareness about environmental conservation. . Educational Opportunity: Volunteers will learn about the importance of native vegetation in coastal environments and the specific techniques used in dune rehabilitation. . Long-term Sustainability: Establishing a resilient and self-sustaining ecosystem that can withstand environmental challenges such as storms and climate change. . Join us in making a lasting impact on our local environment. Your participation will not only contribute to the beauty and health of Belmont Wetlands but also provide a rewarding experience as we work together to protect and enhance our natural heritage.

Coastal Rehabilitation

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 28 July 2024

8:30am to 11:30am

LOCATION

119 Kalaroo Road

Belmont

NSW 2290

www.belmontwetlands.com.au

EVENT DETAILS..

Site Organiser

Shane Smith

RSVP Contact

Shane Smith

0429015857

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Wheelchairs

No

DIRECTIONS

Attend (Belmont Wetlands State Park - Depot) at 119 Kalaroo Road, Belmont for briefing

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

In celebration of National Tree Day on July 28th, we invite you to be part of a special tree planting event on July 28th at Belmont Wetlands State Park! Let's come together to restore our green spaces along the beach access track and contribute to our bush rehabilitation efforts. . Date: July 28, 2024 Time: 08:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Belmont Wetlands State Park Depot - 119 Kalaroo Road, Redhead. . Let's take action to protect our planet and build a sustainable future. By planting native coastal vegetation, we can: Restore and maintain biodiversity Prevent wind erosion and increase sand reserves Create habitats for native fauna . Whether you’re a seasoned Landcare volunteer or new to the cause, your participation can make a significant difference. Together, we can ensure that our natural ecosystems thrive and remain resilient for generations to come. . What to bring: - Comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes - Sunscreen and a hat - Water bottle . RSVP by messaging us directly on 0429 015 857 with your name and contact number! Let’s show the world the power of community action. See you there!

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?

Bronwen Bamberger
Bronwen Bamberger