Thousands of natives planted for North East Link Project

We're helping to leave a lasting legacy of a greener north and north east
Published
17 November 2020
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Landscaping

Ecodynamics Nursery grows and installs thousands of natives for North East Link Project

Ecodynamics are growing and installing thousands of native trees and plants  in Melbourne’s north and east, as part of Victoria’s biggest road project, North East Link. 

We recently planted trees and plants at Belle Vue Primary School, and gave some of the Year 5 and 6 Belle Vue Primary School students a virtual lesson in caring for the environment. 

Trees and care kits were supplied to the students by our social enterprise, Ecodynamics nursery, and students will watch their trees mature and grow among 200 trees already planted at the school.

The important tree planting program will create more shade across local suburbs, parks, walking and cycling paths, in nature reserves, and at local schools, with more trees to be planted for the project than removed. 

For more information on the tree planting, and to have your say, visit www.engage.vic.gov.au/north-eastlink 

 

We're helping to create a lasting legacy of a greener Melbourne by planting thousands of native plants in the north and east