More than 90 eucalyptus and wattle trees have been planted on the Forest Road nature strip near the Anglesea/Winchelsea roundabout to offset the installation of the roundabout.
ANGAIR member Bill McKellar said the work would not have been possible without the assistance and man power from the Green Army.
“Green Army is able to offer young, enthusiastic environmentalists who are able to do the work twice as fast, which helps ANGAIR conduct more conservation work across the Surf Coast,” he said.
The plants are designed to compliment the existing heathland vegetation across the road and are plants grown by the ANGAIR environmental group.
Two Green Army participants laying out the protective covers and stakes for the new plants.
ANGAIR is a local environemtnal group dedicated to protecting local indigenous flora and fauna, and to maintain the natural beauty of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet.
Are you interested in helping your local community? ANGAIR holds working bees every Monday and propagation working bees every Thursday.
Call 03 5254 1419 for more information, or visit our website to find your local volunteer group.