Kyabram Urban Landcare Group prepares for tree planting operation.May 14, 2014 3:50am
The Kyabram Urban Landcare Group will plant trees alongside Kyabram’s walking track in South Boundary Rd on Saturday.
Landcare president Brian Freemantle said the stark section of the track would look more appealing with a row of trees, and eventually will offer walkers some shade and protection from the wind.
Mr Freemantle is appealing to all users of the track to lend a hand with the planting from 9.30
He suggested that volunteers brought a pair of gardening gloves and spade and wore sturdy footwear.
‘‘Because there is no room to park cars in South Boundary Rd, those not walking to the working bee should park their cars in the Ern Miles Reserve opposite the track,’’ he said.
A free barbecue lunch will follow.
For catering purposes, please phone Mr Freemantle on 5852
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