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Restoration of the Barham River National Tree Day Sunday 1st August

The restoration of 1.5ha of river frontage along the Barham River following Willow removal is moving along at a cracking pace. Many of you would have noticed over the last months that the site has been fenced to restrict stock access and preparatory weed works undertaken and plantings completed on the Heathfield side of the project. We now have only the Barham Valley Roadside to mat, mulch and plant to complete the project. Our aim is to protect and restore the Barham River from “source to sea” and we will be involved in the removal of Willows and the fencing and revegetation of riparian areas along the length of the Barham into the future. 

National Tree Day Sunday 1st of August 10.00am is your opportunity to come and get involved with Restoration of the Barham River.

Meet: 1.5km up Barham River Rd. Look for Landcare signs.

Bring: Gloves, Gumboots, Tree planters.

Contact: SOLN office 5237 6904

~ by SOLN on July 15, 2010 .



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