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WITH spring on our doorstep, residents and community members on the Bellarine Peninsula took part in a community planting day.
Community members were able to learn about the native flora and fauna in the area as Matt Crawley from the Bellarine Catchment Network led the planting activity and took residents on a guided flora and fauna walk through the project.
There was coffee, and a free barbecue lunch provided with all food donated by the local Point Lonsdale IGA.
The event was jointly hosted by the Bellarine Catchment Network and residential property developer Moremac Property Group at its residential project, The Point at Point Lonsdale.
After the success of the day, Moremac Property Group and The Bellarine Catchment Network plan to hold more community planting days moving forward.

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