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Staff members have planted 4,000 native trees and shrubs to stop erosion at Stockton Beach.

Wednesday, 29 November, 2017.

About 30 staff members from our branches and head office turned their green thumbs to a Bushland Services restoration project at Stockton Beach to help repair damaged dunes.

The pressures of urbanisation and erosion have had a huge impact on Stockton Beach, which forms part of the largest coastal sandy barrier in NSW. Initiatives such as this help ensure a healthier natural environment for future generations to enjoy.

Our team planted 4,000 locally sources native plants to help fight erosion and restore a balance between the natural and urban environment.

We are proud to give back to the community and do our bit for the environment through our CommunityAssist program.

Visit our staff volunteering page for more information. 

Two men who work for Newcastle Permanent planting at Stockton Beach
Firdous and Arran teamed up to get the job done.

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