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April 29, 2021

Community and corporate volunteers loaned their green thumbs for planting days to extend and protect natural habitats across Hunters Hill.

On Saturday 24 April, 12 community volunteers including Friends of Gladesville Reserve and Betts Park and The Happy Hens planted 300 native shrubs and ground covers to extend the habitat corridor along the Parramatta River foreshore.

On Wednesday 28 April, 20 corporate volunteers from NBN, in partnership with Landscape Australia, planted 800 native trees, shrubs and groundcover to expand the critically endangered Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest in Boronia Park.

 

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