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Our 2022 Creek Line Project was one of our biggest yet! With live music throughout the day from some of SA's finest artists, along with the music we had local food and beverages to fuel our amazing volunteers. We planted over 450 native plants, the focus to restore a chocked creek line in Aldgate (Adelaide Hills) and bring back a diverse range of understory and aquatic plants. 

The Creek Line Project had it all for us, live music, food, drinks, amazing people and of cause lots of native plants. Great mates of Breathe Easy, Jack Green, Rory Biddell, Eyrie and Lucy Zola filled the air with beautiful music creating the perfect environment for some planting. All playing on a small stage we built on the edge of the creek line in amongst the trees. Prior to the day, resident of the property and legend Noah had been spending days and days doing some hard core weeding. Working his way through the out of control ivy that had been choking the creekline.

It was quite the build up towards the planting day as we had the chance to set up a stall at the Some Shine Festival (by Daybed Records and PAK Music). Where we spread the word of the planting day and in the spur of the moment also created the BREATHE EASY arbor which featured as the entrance to the reveg area.

With all the plants in the ground and the acoustic sets finishing up, everybody walked up to the beautiful garden where good friend Sam Lavers (Lam Savers) was waiting spining vinyl tunes setting the scene for a picnic dinner. Dinner being Francescos vegan pasta and Hey Bagels bread, all being washed down with plenty of Blend Etiquette gin - all of which was generosly donated.

With the day turning into night and the vinyl tracks still cranking on, this project truely encapsulated Breathe Easy and all the people involved.

This day definetly didn't happen by itself, so we would like to thank the many people who contributed and made it such a special day.








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