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National Tree Day Planting at Stringybark Ridge

To celebrate National Tree Day we held a tree planting session at Stringybark Ridge in Pennant Hills, Berowra Valley National Park. This is a very special ecological community and home to many threatened species such as the Powerful Owl and the Grey-headed Flying Fox.

A huge amount of thanks goes to NPWS for including us in this exciting project and organising the fencing. Also a big thank you to the Warada Ngurang Community Nursery for supplying most of the plants.

NPWS now have a fence in place to protect plantings from the wallabies and the canopy layer, shrubs and ground cover have been planted out.

We are so fortunate to have a great team of people working together to restore and preserve our beautiful National Park. For more information on the project go to https://www.friendsberowravalley.org.au/stringybark-ecological-restoration/

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