Tree Planting Day, 7 Aug 2019
Tree Planting Morning Photos
We were lucky to have a fine day to re-plant an area that was recently cleared of Sweet Pittosporum. Now the plants are being well watered by all this rain. Thank you to the amazing volunteers who managed to plant all the plants we had into this rough, log strewn area. Thank you DELWP for providing the grant funding for the Pitto removal and replanting.
Photos by Linda Fullagar
June 27th, 2019
The Yarra Ranges Council team, with assistance from our Friends group are planting 500 plants in what we affectionately call the 'giraffe enclosure' – the high fenced animal proof area in the old quarry site which is down Echidna Track.
Please bring a water-bottle, gloves and wear sturdy shoes.
Park at the main, middle car park (rock wall entrance), Glenfern Road, Upwey.
Saturday 17th September, 10am - 12pm. This will be combined with our 'Bush Restoration' morning rather than running it on 10th Sep as was originally planned, due to poor forecast weather.
Community Planting Day, May 2015
Well, we did it - 400 plants planted and morning tea eaten all by 1.00pm. It was a wonderful morning, working with such great people in a lovely bushland. Well done and thanks to everyone involved.
Photos by Linda Fullagar
National Tree Day Activity 2012
Friends of Glenfern Valley Bushlands conducted a planting day on Sunday 29 July 2012 to celebrate this year's National Tree Day. Despite intermittent showers a terrific turn-out of 27 members and guests planted 300 seedlings on the edge of the disused quarry to stop the spread of weeds into the surrounding high quality bushlands. Below are some photos of the day.
National Tree Day Activity
Friends of Glenfern Valley Bushlands and Planet Ark are inviting residents to get outside and connect with nature by participating in this year’s National Tree Day.
The local National Tree Day event is taking place at Glenfern Valley Bushlands, Glenfern Road, Upwey, on Sunday 29th July. Enter at the middle gate on Glenfern Road (look for the witches hats). Activities begin at 9.30am and conclude at 1.00pm.
We are aiming to plant 300 seedlings on the edge of the disused quarry to stop the spread of weeds into the surrounding high quality bushland.
We invite all residents to come along, help out, have fun and get their hands dirty whilst working with the community to do something good for our environment.
For more information, click on the image below.