Plant trees with Council on National Tree Day
Residents have the chance to help enhance the environment by taking part in National Tree Day celebrations with Council this Sunday.
National Tree Day aims to inspire, educate and recruit people to actively care for our unique land and create future generations of committed environmental custodians.
Council will host a National Tree Day planting event at John Oxley Reserve, Kirkham from 9am-1pm this Sunday 31 July.
Mayor of Camden, Cr Therese Fedeli encouraged the community to do their bit for the local environment.
“Trees play an essential role in both urban and natural environments and Council is committed to helping increase Camden’s tree canopy,” Cr Fedeli said.
“We will also be planting native grasses and shrubs to help create a habitat for native species as well as enhance local biodiversity.
“We are lucky to be living in one of the most beautiful areas in Australia and I encourage you to join us on the day.
“By joining together with the rest of the country, we will all be able to measure the significant environmental impact of all their combined efforts across Australia.”
Registration for the event is essential. To register or for more information on National Tree Day in Camden, go to bit.ly/3c46Wei