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Around 8000 native trees will be planted in Launceston as part of The BIG Plant

Satria Dyer-Darmawan
By Satria Dyer-Darmawan
Updated June 20 2022 - 10:46am, first published 3:46am
GREEN THUMBS: Launceston mayor Albert van Zetten and Tamar NRM Big Plant co-ordinator Trish Trish Haeusler. Picture: Phillip Biggs

Launceston residents, businesses, organisations and schools are being invited to participate in the single largest national tree day event in the city's history, dubbed The BIG Plant.

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Satria Dyer-Darmawan

Satria Dyer-Darmawan is a journalist for The Examiner and considers himself to be an all rounder. Originally from the Central Coast of NSW, Satria has worked in Alice Springs and North Queensland and isn't afraid to immerse himself in regional communities.

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