Trees are a very important part of the environment. Trees improve the atmosphere by absorbing carbon dioxide and airborne pollutants and release oxygen into the air.
Looking after and managing trees requires input from the whole community.
Find out about what trees you should plant at home, 10/50 laws, pruning or removing trees on private property, Council tree issues and neighbourhood tree disputes.
The Significant Tree Register lists trees within the Campbelltown LGA that have significant values related to their visual, historic, botanical, cultural or commemorative significance.
Check out our past and active greening projects. Urban Greening Projects are so important for community health, wellbeing and to enjoy nature right outside your front door.
Keen to green? There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in getting your hands dirty and greening Campbelltown.
Get involved in Citizen Science and research, insights gained through your efforts help us to learn more about our environments. There's lots of ways to engage the whole family.
Quick and easy video's for learning how to plant trees.
Research shows trees make happier, healthier children. Spending time in nature helps us grow as individuals - physically, intellectually, emotionally, mentally, and ethically.
There are plenty of great tree planting initiatives that support our schools community, discover how to add more green to your school.