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Green thumbs plant 1000 native trees in three hours

By Ellie Boswell

Another 1000 native trees were planted in just three hours at North Harbour’s Tree Planting Day thanks to the hard work of the local community.

More than 200 locals of all ages gathered at the North Harbour Heritage Precinct for the community’s latest Tree Planting Day this month.

Families, politicians and the North Harbour team all got their hands dirty to set a record for the popular event.

More than 15 hectares of planting has already been completed along the Caboolture River at the North Harbour residential community.

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