JOB WELL DONE...  Taking part in  National Tree Day activities at Minlaton to revegetate an area near the Guide Hall: Amy Baylock, Audrey Cook, Deane Litster, Ann Williams, Bruce Cook, new resident Tony, and Simon Cook. JOB WELL DONE... Taking part in National Tree Day activities at Minlaton to revegetate an area near the Guide Hall: Amy Baylock, Audrey Cook, Deane Litster, Ann Williams, Bruce Cook, new resident Tony, and Simon Cook. PHOTO: Deb Shaw

Minlaton tree planting

MINLATON Progress Association, Southern Yorke Peninsula Landcare and Minlaton Girl Guides, helped by a group of locals, marked National Tree Day by planting dozens of trees near the town’s Guide Hall late last month.

“Revegetation of the block, originally planted with Aleppo pines, began last year so in the future there will be some great, young and fresh vegetation for the guides to use for their projects,” SYP Landcare spokesperson Ann Williams said.

“This year, as with almost every other year, our volunteers’ ages spread across almost every decade from toddlers to our two regular octogenarians Max Cook and Deane Litster.

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