It’s Tomich Wines annual tree planting day this Saturday, and you’re invited to come and get your hands dirty!
Continuing their bushfire recovery, they’ll aim to plant another 1000 seedlings, creating a new hedge and developing their Christmas tree nursery.
Volunteers will then be treated with a BBQ lunch at the Woodside property.
With sustainability and an environmentally friendly approach to wine making being core values at Tomich, this initiative both supports their ongoing mission and aids their bushfire rehabilitation process.
With bushfire relief appeals, donations, and helping hands aplenty, it has been encouraging to see the true-blue Australian spirit out in full force.
Tomich Wines, was one of the vineyards severely affected by the Adelaide Hills bushfires, and have previously hosted a Bushfire Recovery Working Bee event.
Over the two day event, Tomich Wines opened their doors to the public, as the volunteers assisted in tidying the vineyard, organising fencing for livestock, and various other tasks.
Tomich hosted four different sessions throughout where people assisted in cleaning up the widespread damage of the vineyard in any way possible.
For covid reasons, RSVP to the tree planting day is essential.
To register your interest and for further details, email [email protected]