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Tree planting day benefits students and environment

Bundaberg State High School students planted 20 trees on 3 September to recognise National Tree Planting Day and benefit the environment.

Gin Gin Landcare welcomes million trees program

Gin Gin Landcare group has welcomed Council's one million trees program, saying it will have a positive impact on the environment.

Council goes green with million trees target

Bundaberg Regional Council has set an ambitious target of planting one million trees in four years to offset emissions, improve livability and benefit the environment.

100 native trees to be planted in Queens Park

Bundaberg Regional Council's parks team have been busy planning the beautification of Queens Park, with 100 native trees set to be planted in the area soon.

Moore Park Beach foreshore revegetation under way

A program aimed at beautifying and protecting the Moore Park Beach foreshore is well under way, with more than 4000 native coastal trees and shrubs expected to be planted in the area upon its completion.

Acorn kids plant 100 trees for National Tree Day

More than 100 native trees were planted by Acorn East and Council’s Natural Areas team at Baldwin Swamp for National Tree Day on Friday.

Kalkie students prepare for tree planting

Kalkie State School students will be out in full force to help the environment for Planet Ark’s National Tree Day for schools this Friday.

Greenfleet leads Barolin tree-planting project

Greenfleet returned to Bundaberg today to lead tree planting at Barolin Nature Reserve with community, business and government partners.

Tree care procedure prioritises rehabilitation

From maintenance programs to the steps taken to determine if a tree should be removed, Bundaberg Regional Council has outlined its approach to tree care.

Care program aims to improve health of historic fig trees

A tree care program is underway on fig trees throughout Bundaberg in an effort to extend their lives.

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