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The Cultural and Historic Significance of South Australian Trees

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Willunga Environment Centre

18 High Street

Willunga, SA 5172

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Well before relevant State laws were conceived, the National Trust was concerned about preserving SA’s built heritage and its natural and cultural history – and understood there were noteworthy trees marking these elements of SA’s evolution. That these trees contribute to SA’s story. Acknowledge and preserve the tree – acknowledge and preserve our understanding and appreciation of SA’s natural and cultural history. And of course many of these tree specimens stand the test of time and are quite inter-generational.Michael Heath, most recently from National Trust’s Significant Tree Steering Committee/Team (after a long and varied career beginning as a Landscape Architect) and Glenn Williams from Tree Net will illustrate that these special merit trees in South Australia are not just your every day trees.

Preceding this event will be the Willunga Hillsface Landcare Groups AGM. Tuesday 21st November at 6.30pm with the presenters speaking at 7pm

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