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« on: September 07, 2008, 05:54:38 AM »
Most of the area where I am is fairly well-done in terms of little bushes and flowers. What we do lack is trees. However, the railway line is a bit bleak in places, just grass, so I thought it'd be good to plant some trees. If you look at googlemaps here, you can see that on the upper left there's "Galbally Reserve", a small park, and its trees extend along the railway for a bit.

I reckon some tree-planting there would be good, and less likely to be pulled up by any official busybodies - they might mistake our planting for "legitimate" council planting. We can gradually extend it along the railway tracks in the area. I say "we" since I have already roped a mate in to help.

I've not read of any experiences with guerilla tree-planting, has anyone got advice or ideas to share?
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