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A rolling National Tree Day gathers Mossvale Street

That has got to be the stupidest title for a Latest News story ever. But the day was great. In fact, the whole weekend was fab.

On 30 July with about 20 people we planted nearly 500 plants at the Glenella Rainforest Restoration in The Gap, and then in a huge event the following day we put in over 900 at Mossvale Street in Red Hill.

That's an AWSOMELY awesome effort. That word in upper case looks so WRONG. Never mind. Congratulations us, more than 1400 plants in two days, with about 85 people. Pics below.

Glennella Rainforest: Wayne Briscoe, celebrity volunteer


Photo: Mark Crocker

Glenella Rainforest: Anna, young celebrity volunteer


girl planting
Photo: Mark Crocker

Glenella Rainforest: kids getting in on the fun


kids planting
Photo: Mark Crocker

Glenella Rainforest: BRAIN member Paul watering and washing tubes at the same time


watering in
Photo: Mark Crocker

Glenella Rainforest: enjoying a break after a morning of hard work


having a break
Photo: Mark Crocker

Mossvale Street: from on high, note two photographers in shot


Mossvale Street National Tree Day
Photo: Angus Veitch

Mossvale Street: water from the creek


Mossvale Street National Tree Day
Photo: Angus Veitch

Mossvale Street: 65 people, over 900 planted


Mossvale Street National Tree Day
Photo: Angus Veitch

Mossvale Street: planting lomandras


Photo: Angus Veitch

Mossvale Street: real men don't dig their own holes!


auger
Photo: Mark Crocker

Mossvale Street: a great turnout on Sunday


big group
Photo: Mark Crocker

Mossvale Street: more happy planters


group planting
Photo: Mark Crocker

 

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