Community Open Days—30 April & 1 May 2016
CUE Haven is a project driven by community support and involvement.
Thanks to our amazing volunteers we have now planted over 142,000 pioneer native trees since 2008. 2016 will be the last year of major planting and we will have then planted out the last of the open paddocks.
We scheduled the open days over a weekend to give our volunteers and friends an opportunity to explore the property to see all the exciting new changes that have been taking place and how the forest is regenerating.
Over 100 people visited over the two days and it was great to see a lot of familiar faces and also meet some wonderful new people.
We put up directional signs to guide visitors and also put out some pictures taken when the project started so that people could see how the landscape has changed.
Visitors spent time exploring the property and socialising–and some brought a picnic lunch to enjoy in the bush.
The CUE Haven project is evidence of what a community can achieve when the public and private sectors and individuals all come together to create something beautiful and lasting for current and future generations. The open days were a chance for us to publicly acknowledge and thank all the organisations and people who have helped create something beautiful and lasting for current and future generations.
Our many thanks too all the visitors who came out for the open days. It was great seeing you all and we really appreciate your support. We look forward to having you back again!