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Date: Sunday 26 March 2017
Time: 8.30am - 12.00pm
Venue: Aroona (location directions below)
Tickets: Free of charge - Register here for catering purposes

Come along to the Aroona Field Day and Tree Planting. Bring the whole family, we'll have fun activities for all ages.
Hear about Queensland Trust for Nature's (QTFN's) vision for Aroona and learn more about landscape management practices, habitat and wildlife corridors.

Field Day activities:
• 8:30am - Session One Tree Planting
• 9:00am - Face painting until 11:30am
• 10:00am - Morning tea and guided bush walks
• 10:00am - Nature treasure hunt and craft activity
• 10:30am - Session Two Tree Planting
• 11:30am - QTFN Ecology and Conservation Managers will provide information about our sustainable cattle operation, land management and conservation activities that can enhance productive landscapes
• 12pm - BBQ lunch and chance to meet neighbours and QTFN staff

You are invited to participate in any or all activities as your time permits.

Tree Planting:
400 trees will be planted to extend koala habitat from the mountain to the creek. This will be held under large shady trees. Training and equipment will be provided including gloves. Please ensure you wear long sleeves, boots or trainers, a hat and sun cream. Bring a water bottle. Water will be available for refill.

Drive down Grandchester Mt Mort Road until it turns to dirt. On the corner of Kings Road there will be a sign to the tree planting. Turn right on Kings Road and keep following the signs.
For more information please contact Joanna Osborn by email joanna@qtfn.org.au or phone 0438 409 914.

Click here to register.