Help us protect the old trees that make the Strathbogie Ranges such a great place to live.

Climate change could mean that in the future the Strathbogies may be drier and warmer, or hotter and wetter. One of the natural features that are highly valued by the region’s residents, farmers and visitors is it’s big old gum trees.
As well as looking beautiful, these trees provide food, shelter and shade for people, stock and wildlife – but do we take them for granted?
To make sure they are looked after so they can cope with the increased likelihood of fires, droughts or floods, we need you to increase our understanding of what affects their health. Help us record the location and health of the large old trees on private and public land.
This information will then be used to develop management guidelines to maintain them now and into the future.
To find out more and get involved in this exciting project, download the project fliervisit the project webpage, contact Dr Jenny Wilson at the GBCMA 0459023690, or project coordinator Janet Hagen 0458 904 268

TREE STOREY – project launch
Launch and invitation to participate in this exciting citizen science project.
Friday 24th November 2017
At Euroa Arboretum
11am to 1.30pm

Morning tea from 10.30am & BBQ Lunch.
RSVP or Janet Hagen 0458904268
Guest Speaker Professor Stefan Arndt from Uni of Melb. Faculty of Ecosystems and Forest Science.
Plus a demonstration of our new smart phone app and tree ID guide.
(The app will be installed on your phone for you by experts)

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