Gippsland tree planting in the news

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A team of 20 volunteers from Melbourne and South Australia, organised by Koala Clancy Foundation, stayed on Raymond Island for 4 days to plant 2800 koala and wildlife trees and shrubs over the weekend of 14 to 17 May.

Koala Clancy Foundation President Janine Duffy guided the group through tree planting, koala walks, and an educational Koala Workshop for the whole community.

Read more: https://www.nationaltribune.com.au/volunteers-travel-from-melbourne-to-east-gippsland-for-massive-tree-planting-for-koalas/

Also published on Mirage News: https://www.miragenews.com/volunteers-travel-from-melbourne-to-east-563274/

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