Help plant native species and contribute to the ecological restoration of Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta on National Tree Day.
It’s National Tree Day on Sunday August 2 and what better way to celebrate than to plant a tree at Adelaide’s newest national park?
Register now for one of four sessions where you can help plant native species and contribute to the ecological restoration of Glenthorne.
If you attended the plant propagation workshop at Glenthorne in December, this is also a great opportunity to plant the seedling you’ve been looking after.
Tickets are limited to 40 people per session to ensure COVID-19 social distancing requirements can be maintained.
If you have a seedling from the propagation event in December and can’t make the planting day, you can also drop your seedling into the Glenthorne Ranger Station from 10am – 3pm Tuesday to Thursday from 20 July onwards.
Contact 8130 9050 or email DEW.NPWSCentralLofty@sa.gov.au for any enquiries relating to dropping seedlings at Glenthorne.