On the 1st August Landcare Tasmania got together with Brighton Council to celebrate National Tree Day and welcome Landcare Tasmania's 300th member group, Green Point Landcare with an exciting day of planting (and learning... and lunch!) .
Image: The community were ready to get some plants in the ground on a beautiful day and stunning location. Supplied: Alison Johnson
We got together to celebrate National Tree Day with a launch of Brighton Council's only Landcare group and Landcare Tasmania's 300th member group, Green Point Landcare. This event was held on Mumirimina land at MONA's Botanical Institute, who provided an utterly delicious home-grown lunch.
Images: MONA supplied the lunch - delicious! Supplied: Alison Johnson
Image: this is NOT lunch - but pretty cool. Supplied: Alison Johnson
Image: Landcare Tasmania's a/CEO Peter Stronach gave a walk and talk about the ecological significance of the area. Supplied: Alison Johnson
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"The green space we are creating today and improving on is really good for the community having those open spaces with a little bit more tranquillity" says Peter Stronach.
A huge thanks to Brighton City Council, MONA's Botanical Institute, Green Point Landcare, and all of the enthusiastic community members!