How many people does it take to plant 1500 trees and help rejuvenate our bushland? Come along to Mundoolun Park on Saturday, September 25 to find out.
Logan City Council is inviting everyone to the Bushcare 2021 Big Day Out, to plant native trees and shrubs and help protect and enhance the local environment.
Environment Committee Chair, Councillor Jon Raven, is encouraging the community to get their hands dirty.
“It’s not every day you get the chance to do something practical and enjoyable while also helping our environment”.
“Tree planting is one of the best ways we can continue to maintain our City’s award winning green cover and ensure the good health and sustainability of our natural environments.”
Division 9 Councillor Scott Bannan says the local community is committed to supporting and protecting natural areas.
“Our community includes farms and rural areas, so we know the value of helping our land to thrive.”
“I look forward to seeing residents of all ages getting out there to revegetate our area.”
Attendees are asked to follow Queensland Health mask wearing and social distancing guidelines.
Enclosed footwear and sun protection should be worn. Gloves will be supplied but attendees are encouraged to bring their own if possible.
Free morning tea will be provided.
Volunteers will meet at the Mundoolun Community Centre on Scarborough Crescent at 8am.
Bookings are not required, but enquiries can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Council on 3412 3412.