National Tree Day

by Brighton Council

National Tree Day was held on Saturday 30 July, with community members planting native plants along the
Bridgewater foreshore hosted by Landcare Tasmania and the Bridgewater Landcare Group. Volunteers enjoyed a free
lunch and the satisfaction of a job done well! On the Sunday, Friends of Old Beach Foreshore did a working bee, also
supported by Landcare Tasmania and the Derwent Catchment Project for National Tree Day.

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