Cudlee Creek, 5232
- Departs from:
134 South Road Torrensville 5031 SA
ph:+ 61 8 8352 4111
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Join us for this work in conjunction with Mid Torrens Catchment Group Inc. where we will be planting Paddock Trees, replacing those lost to clearance and fire in the days of early settlement. This will improve local habitat, by offering shelter and stepping stones for native fauna, allowing nature to flourish in conjunction with farming.
Paddock trees are typically Red and SA Blue Gums and provide a variety of benefits to animals. They provide a vital food source for insects therefore, attract birds and mammals. They also provide nesting sites for birds, bats and possums by way of hollows in trunks and branches. From a farming perspective they are important in the shade that they provide to livestock.
Join us in July to help plant paddock trees and see how planting these trees can support biodiversity, enhance the landscape, and improve the quality of water, air and soil.
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