It will be all about the green and gold at Tamar Estuary on Tuesday for World Environment Day.
The community is invited to plant trees and help to restore the habitat of the green and gold frog.
An initiative of Tamar NRM, in conjunction with City of Launceston and Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, the free event will be held from 11am at Tailrace Park.
Tamar NRM program coordinator Gill Basnett said planting trees was just one of the activities planned for the day.
"There are plenty of trees and sedges to plant, as well as as frog walks, water quality testing, looking for frog food, and waterbug searches," she said.
"The green and gold frog is Tasmania's largest frog species and in time will benefit from the additional habitat we are planting, as they take refuge in dense patches of vegetation."
The species is listed as vulnerable on the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995, with population levels declining significantly across the past 10 years.
Fellow Tamar NRM program coordinator Greg Lundstrom said Tuesday was an opportunity to raise awareness of the challenges facing frogs in the area.
“A frog is often a good biological indicator of water quality from a river system,” he said.
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