We have 400 or so trees to plant which should only take a few hours.
Sorry for the late notice – it took a little longer to confirm the tree were available than planned. If you can’t make this perhaps we will have another in the future.
Just to remind you;
You are invited to the second planting for the Tomboye Landcare Wildlife Corridor.
This Saturday the 21st of April at La Source/Tomboye
Lunch and warm or refreshing drinks provided
Saturday 10:00 for 10:30 start
Optional Sunday 10 for 10:30 if anything is left (No obligation)
We expect to work in small teams and it is a wonderful opportunity to meet others.
Please RSVP for catering and transport to Tony@lasource.com.au
Perhaps we can organise car pooling from both Sydney or Canberra.
Many hands make light work and we expect to finish with plenty of sunlight remaining. Some “ripping” has been done to prepare the site for planting.
For non locals we can provide accommodation or camping facilities “First come first served” and there is plenty to do or just relax when we are not planting.
Enjoy a social get together, with some food provided, and spend a few hours each day planting trees and shrubs on the boarder of two properties.
Enjoy the stars, a bush walk or a red wine on the veranda and meeting people. If you are interested you can also learn more about the Landcare movement or our own La source initiatives. In you free time your will be free to wander around more than 850 acres of country side.
Building a wildlife corridor
Wildlife corridors provide an opportunity for native species to move between otherwise disconnected areas. This is increasingly important to maintain diversity and support the migration of species through the environment increasingly affected by human development. Tomboye Landcare group has won a grant application for hundreds of trees, we want to plant to these create a wildlife corridor between a crown reserve and other forests.