THE QUEEN’S TREE PLANTING PROJECT WHICH WAS BEGUN LAST YEAR WILL CULMINATE IN A FINAL TREE PLANTING EVENT ON SUNDAY, THE 30TH. JULY 10-12 AM.
B.I.E.P.A. (Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association) received a federal grant as part of the Queen’s Jubilee Planting Scheme. We invite local residents and keen gardeners to participate in this community event. 30th. July is also International Tree Day so wherever you are, planting a native tree or shrub will contribute to our healthy environment.
Please register at www. biepa.online on the events page. It would be most helpful if you could bring your favoured pointy-nosed shovel for planting. Although the weather is cooler, please wear sunsafe clothing. (long sleeves, long pants, hat and gloves).
You are invited to stay for morning tea to celebrate the planting and we will unveil the plaque that acknowledges the funding. With thanks to Nicole Byrne (Senior Environment Officer, Moreton Bay Regional Council) who has consistently assisted with this project and BIEPA members who have cheerfully worked alongside me.