If you loved our Trees for Mum planting day, or sadly missed out, never fear! Our next working bee is only a couple of weeks away and will involve more delightful planting.
On Sunday the 28th of May 2017, from 9am till 12pm, we are aiming to plant 120 grasses in the Envirofund paddocks alongside Five Mile Creek. This will add important understory to our existing revegetation sites. Alongside Trees for Mum, this forms part of the planting component of our current Threatened Species Protection grant from the Victorian Government.
Parking will be at the North end of Wood St on the South side of Five Mile Creek (ie. near the Badgers Removals depot). Bring warm clothing, a kneeling pad, gloves and sturdy footwear. Morning tea will be provided and the tool trailer will be onsite.
Newcomers are very welcome. We are hoping to see many helpers at our last Sunday working bee before the the Winter break. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 5427 2312 for further details and to RSVP.
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