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Liverpool City Council is calling for people to connect with nature by getting involved in National Tree Day, Australia’s largest tree-planting and nature care event. Now in its 18th year, National Tree Day will be held this Sunday, the 28th of July, and we’re encouraging all Liverpool residents to head to Maxwell Creek from 9am to 12 noon to ‘Get Outside and Grow’.
Each year over 300,000 people take part at 3,500 sites around the country. More than 17 million seedlings have been planted in the event’s history. Over two National Tree Day events, the Tarneit North Residents’ Association has planted trees and shrubs off Conservation Drive. Of the 120 plants put into the ground, approximately 70 have survived the drought and mowers. This year the Liverpool City Council would love your help at Maxwell Creek in Hoxton Park Road, Liverpool.
This year, with the help of the Liverpool community, Liverpool City Council is aiming to plant 4,000 locally native trees, shrubs and groundcovers to help combat climate change, provide food and shelter for native wildlife and enhance the amenity of the local area. A face painter will be on hand to entertain your children, and there will also be interactive native wildlife display, and barbecue lunch for patrons to enjoy. Participants are reminded to wear a hat, closed in shoes, long sleeved shirt, trousers and sunscreen and please bring a water bottle and gloves if you have them. Council will provide all tools and refreshments.
For more information on National Tree Day in Liverpool phone the Environment Restoration Plan Projects Officer on 9821 7729. Our team at Professionals Paradise Realty would love to see all Liverpool residents donning their rubber boots this Sunday in Liverpool to help restore their missing landscape.
Will you be joining in the fun of National Tree Day in Liverpool this year?