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National Tree Day officially takes place on Sunday July 29 and the Liverpool City Council hopes that 5,000 native trees, shrubs and groundcovers will be planted locally.
Last year’s National Tree Day event resulted in more than 2900 tree day events where over 1 million native trees, shrub and grasses were planted.
National Tree Day is an opportunity to do something positive for our natural environment and hopefully it also helps to teach people about the importance of keeping our neighbourhoods green.
In Liverpool, there will be a tree planting event taking place in Moorebank on National Tree Day, and there will also be events at Voyager Park in Voyager Point on August 18; at Longfields Park in Cecil Hills on September 23; and at Bradshaw Park in Miller on October 20. You can also find more nearby tree planting events by visiting treeday.planteark.org.
Hopefully everyone who participates in a tree planting event has a wonderful day and gets to plant plenty of trees. If you do intend to participate, remember to wear enclosed shoes, a hat, sunscreen and a long sleeved shirt and gloves, and remember to keep hydrated throughout the day.