Comments are being sought by Willoughby City Council for their proposed actions at Castlehaven Reserve. Castlehaven Reserve is a long and narrow foreshore Reserve that includes the heritage Haven Ampitheatre.
View the draft action plan Castlehaven Reserve Draft Reserve Action Plan
To comment go to Have your say at Willoughby City Council
Or you can navigate to it from Councils’ homepage by clicking on the ‘Have Your Say’ tab.
Comments are required by April 28, 2013
All welcome at our next meeting: Wednesday 27 March 2013
Glenaeon School Hall, 121 Edinburgh Road, Castlecrag at 8 pm
AGM & Election of Office Bearers
Trees: the ultimate green investment?
Lorraine Cairnes and Prof. Carrick Chambers
Lorraine and Carrick will lead a discussion on the environmental value of trees. How do you view trees? Trees line many of our streets; we also have bushland reserves bordering residences and streets. But are we losing the battle to save our trees ? With more and more big housing developments are we losing our tree cover? Do you agree that trees along with other native flora are essential not only for us but also all the other creatures that make up the ecosystem? Come along and add your voice to the discussion.
“Trees are nature’s air conditioners,” Dr Coutts said. “It does cost money to maintain the urban forest, but the benefits provided by trees like urban cooling, energy savings, and stormwater runoff help justify the investment in urban greening programs,” Julie Power, SMH March 9-10 3013
Everyone is welcome. Supper and further talk will follow.