Our working bees are an essential part of the work we do and, as we often say, may hands make light work. If you’ve not been before give it a go! Our ‘bees’ are fun and we have a great morning tea.
This time we’ll be planting 90 plants in amongst a previous planting, doing some brush cutting of long grass and watering a previous planting near the weir so, there’s a range of tasks to suit everyone.
When: Sunday 25 October 9am to midday
Where: Tennyson Street willow site
Parking: Parking is at the south end of Tennyson St or next to the walking track in Five Mile Creek Reserve.
What to bring: Please wear boots, gloves, a hat, and sun protection and BYO water bottle. The tool trailer will be on site and morning tea is provided.
This working bee will conclude our Spring plantings so don’t miss the chance to contribute to help restore this degraded section of the creek to an indigenous state.
If you’ve any questions please email email@example.com or call David on 5427 4117
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Unfortunately Iâm already booked on a Scout training course at Gilwell Park on Sat & Sun 24th & 25th October. I hope the planting goes well and we get some follow-up rain for the new (and old) plants.