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Rogue Fruit Tree Register

October 26, 2017

The Rogue Fruit Tree Register allows members of the public to report fruit trees on public land, roadsides, channel banks or reserves. Participating Shires include Campaspe, Greater Shepparton, Moira and Strathbogie. The reporting process is easy and can be done through the Customer Service Desk of participating Councils.

If you spot a fruit tree growing on public land take note of its location, type and approximate size and contact a participating Council to complete the Rogue Free Tree Registration From.

This register assists authorities to identify and remove breeding grounds for QFF and is one of the many ways you can do your bit to help protect the region.   

Free Urban Fruit Tree Removal Program

October 18, 2017

Unattended fruit trees provide a breeding ground and can fuel the spread of QFF. The removal of fruit trees should be considered if you are unable to take appropriate measures to control QFF in your garden.

The Free Urban Fruit Tree Removal Program is offered in the Shires of Campaspe, Greater Shepparton, Moira and Strathbogie and runs throughout July, August and September. The program has been extended until the end of February 2018 due to increased demand.       

Tree removal applications are individually assessed and trees removed by a registered and insured private contractor at no cost to the property owner. Applications are available from the Customer Service Desk of participating Councils.

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