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Ro-Trees

01/01/2009

The Upper Gwydir Landcare Assn, assisted with the planting of a further 50 trees on All Nations Hill on Saturday 21st March. This planting is continuing the arrangement with The Rotary club of Chatswood Sunrise. Bingara was chosen by this club to embark on their new venture in 2008 as Willoughby City and Bingara have a sister city relationship.

We were fortunate to have a beautiful day to plant. The hard work was done by the staff from Gwydir Shire Council. The area was beautifully prepared, slashed, holes dug, water lines laid and connected and the mulch delivered, the volunteers on the day planted and mulched the trees. How wonderful to receive the rain a few days later, the trees have had a terrific start.

All Nations Hill is a 15 minute walk from the centre of town, well worth the 15 minutes to enjoy the view. The southern entrance to Bingara has now become even more attractive. Thanks go to Gwydir Shire Council outside staff and the volunteers from the Upper Gwydir Landcare Assosiation.

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