Call for Wagga green thumbs ahead of National Tree Day

Updated July 23 2014 - 5:08pm, first published 5:00pm
Wagga City Council environment education officer Alice Kent is preparing to plant more than 1300 trees on Sunday as part of National Tree Day. Council is urging residents to get involved in the mass planting that will help develop a vegetation corridor between Charles Sturt University and the Murrumbidgee River. Picture: Contributed
Wagga City Council environment education officer Alice Kent is preparing to plant more than 1300 trees on Sunday as part of National Tree Day. Council is urging residents to get involved in the mass planting that will help develop a vegetation corridor between Charles Sturt University and the Murrumbidgee River. Picture: Contributed

GREEN thumbs in Wagga have been put on notice - your help is needed to plant more than 1300 trees this weekend.

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