October 16, 2013

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Bellarine Rail Trail (Vic).

TREES PLANTED

450

Another section of the Bellarine Rail Trail has been revegetated thanks to volunteers across the region.  The trail project, which extends along for 35 km, is now in its fourth consecutive year.

 

Queenscliffe Primary School.
Queenscliff Primary School students.

 

The Swan Bay Environment Association used indigenous plants for the revegetation including grassy ground cover and saltmarsh species. Once again community support was great with 40 community representatives including the staff and students from Queenscliff Primary School attending.”

Matt Crawley (Project manager).

 

Matt Crawley said support from the City of Greater Geelong and G.J. Gardner Homes Geelong enables projects like this to happen.

 

Those clouds look amonous.
Those clouds look ominous.

 

Thank you to Rohan Smith and his team from the Geelong Office who attended the tree planting day at the Bellarine Rail Trail. Through his generous support an extra 450 trees have been planted for this project.


Slainte – Colleen

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