Our planet needs our help now more than ever to build a more sustainable and healthy future. Caring for the environment begins at home.
We are heading out to the Rainbow paddocks with our friends at the Rainbow Arts and Culture Foundation while they are luscious and green for a working bee weekend of tree planting, mulching and weeding.
Trees are not only important to combat climate change, they also play an important part in helping create a better Rainbow experience.
This year we will be planting trees to provide extra shade and windbreaks as well continuing to plant a wildlife corridor up to granite hill amongst other things.
Come show your love for Rainbow’s home!
We are looking for 40 volunteers to help with various jobs over the weekend. Some physical activity will be required. We’ll repay the love with meals and entertainment.
Gates open 9am, 21 September to 4pm, 22 September
Jack Smiths Lane, Lexton
$20 to cover food
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any enquiries.
Bring your own camping gear, wet weather gear (just in case!), water bottle & snacks. 100% commitment to planting trees.
We look forward to honouring our Dja Dja Wurrung and Wudawarrung hosts and giving back to their wonderful country we all call home.