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Treeplanting in Westgate Park

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Event description

Help plant indigenous trees and shrubs to provide pollinating plants for bees and insects, as well as feed and protect an amazing diversity of local and migrating birds. You'll also support the health and well-being of the thousands of people who walk, run and ride through the park daily, and offset carbon emissions from vehicles travelling the nearby Westgate Freeway.

No experience or equipment required. Plants are indigenous and generously provided by the onsite nursery Bili Nursery and Landcare. 

Where in the park to meet
Closer to the event keep an eye on your text messages for the volunteer location within Westgate Park to meet at 9.30am. 
No location message? Text Kate on 0478112227.

Schedule
9:30am                        Meet at texted location in park for introduction to the volunteer activities & safety briefing
10:00-11:00am            Volunteer activity
11:00-11:30am            Coffee, tea and biscuits
11:30am-12:30pm       Volunteer activity  

What to bring
This is Melbourne! Please bring a hat, sunscreen, jacket, reusable water bottle, enclosed shoes, face mask and gardening gloves (extra gloves will be available). All gardening equipment is provided.

Share a cuppa with us! Morning tea is on us, but feel free to bring some biscuits to share or your favourite herbal tea - a reusable cup for yourself would be especially appreciated.

Working with Children Check (for volunteers) 
Vic Parks, which overseas the management of this park, requires that all volunteers have applied for a Working with Children Check (WWCC) for volunteers. It takes 15 minutes and you can apply via the link below. Your card may take time to arrive. You may also be able to apply through the Service Vic app. Proof of your submission is acceptable to participate in this event. 

Click to apply for a Working With Children Check

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