It’s been a dry summer, now that Autumn has rolled around it will be a relief to get some cooler weather and hopefully some rain. Autumn is one of the most beautiful times in the Macedon Ranges and a great time to get out in your own garden. Feel free to let us know what you’re up to in your garden in the comments section below!
Our next Sunday working bee on March 24th will be held at the Quarry Rd rail reserve to further enhance the wildflowers that appear along here each Spring. We will be working once again on the section which has the best biodiversity and need to remove the remaining broom and other woody weeds which are a threat to this site.
Wear sturdy footwear and full length protective clothing and bring gloves, eye protection, secateurs, loppers and maybe a kneeling pad. The Landcare trailer will be on site and morning tea is provided. A good turnout will get us close to finishing the tidy up of this important site, if you needed an incentive there will be hot cross buns for morning tea! Park in Washington Lane and carefully cross Quarry Rd to access the works area. (We need to limit parking on the reserve to works vehicles only). A briefing will be held at 9am.
Would you like the chance to see a greater glider? The next spotlight walk coming up is 27th April in Spring Hill. Book here
Raising chickens! Ever longed for the joy of fresh eggs and great fertiliser?! Join Piper’s Creek Landcare for a workshop on small-scale, backyard chicken-raising. Kyneton District Poultry Club will provide specialist assistance. A range of actual chickens will be there too!!
$5 entry or $10 per family (including a copy of The Chook Book manual)
Sunday 24 March 11.30 am 2019
Sausage sizzle at noon
More info firstname.lastname@example.org or 0448 401 372 rsvp by 20th March