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PPLVic AGM Speaker, Importance of Preserving Trees in Urban Landscapes

Dr Greg Moore will speak on “The Importance of Preserving Trees in Urban Landscapes” at Protectors of Public Lands Victoria Inc's 2016 AGM at Flemington Community Centre, Debneys Park, Mt Alexander Road Flemington. If arriving early you can relax in the foyer of the Centre. in 2 pm for 2:15 pm start on Saturday 19 November 2016.

Venue: Flemington Community Centre, Debneys Park, Mt Alexander Road Flemington. If arriving early you can relax in the foyer of the Centre.
PPL VIC is holding our 2016 AGM as follows:

 

Time and Date: 2 pm for 2:15 pm start on Saturday 19 November 2016.

 

Venue: Flemington Community Centre, Debneys Park, Mt Alexander Road Flemington. If arriving early you can relax in the foyer of the Centre.

 

Transport: Thanks to the City of Moonee Valley this is one of the most accessible community centres in Melbourne with a carpark at the front door; Trams -  No 59 tram along Mt Alexander Rd and Flemington Rd. No 23 tram stop; Trains station on Upfield line nearby; and the Centre is on a  Cycle Path. 

 

Key Speaker: PPL VIC is honoured to have as key speaker Dr Greg Moore who will speak on: “The Importance of Preserving Trees in Urban Landscapes.”  He is well known as Chair the National Trust of Victoria’s Register of Significant Trees and has been in this position since 1996. Many will remember him as Principal of Burnley College of the Institute of Land Food Resources at Melbourne University (1988 to 2007.) He was Head of the School of Resource Management at the University (2002 to 2007.)  PPL VIC and community groups thank the National Trust for its work in protecting heritage trees and in particular the work with the recent campaign to save the Lemon Scented Gums in the road reservation in Flemington Road from the City Link Tulla Widening project.

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