Saturday 5 May 2018
At the last work party, our wonderful weeders removed 927 woody weeds, admittedly more than 300 of them were young non-local Melaleuca parvistaminea , a vigorous weed from elsewhere. They also removed bags of rubbish and a mattress that had been left near the fence.
A big thank you to the work party members, and our Ranger who took the rubbish away.
At this next weeding work party, we shall focus on removing non-local Billardiera heterophylla (Bluebell Creeper), Grevillea juniperina subsp. sulphurea, Hakea sericea, Acacia baileyana and other weeds.
At the car park on the right about half or two-thirds the way up on Black Mountain Drive. It is near the start of the Forest Trail. Look for balloons.
Enthusiasm, your family and friends, water (and a small digger, if you wish). Everyone is welcome.
Hat, sunscreen, long-sleeved shirt, long pants, gloves, stout shoes.
A delicious morning tea will be provided about 10:30am. If you are planning to come, please email your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0437 298 711, as this helps with the catering.
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