The next working bee will be held on Saturday 9 November 2019

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Working Bee 10 November 2018

WB11frontThis was the last working bee of 2018 and we had around 20 eager volunteers to tackle Cassia St Reserve. This is a reserve we have worked on before, removing woody weeds and replanting. This working bee was about the maintenance of the tracks or, in some cases, re-creating tracks as our plantings had done so well that they had over grown some of the original tracks. 


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 We also did some cut and paste, and hand weeding of some woody weeds. We identified Psoralea pinnata (Common Names:-Blue Pea; Fountain Bush; Fountain Tree; African Scurfpea) highly invasive, prolific seeding weed, that we removed from the Cassia St side. A fantastic way to end the working bee year, along with now the reserve is ready for the inquisitive kids and adults over the summer holidays.


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