Come and join us at our next bush restoration morning, this Sunday 16th August 9.30-12.30. We are planning to work between Ferny Creek and Wallaby Walk, which through a Melbourne water grant was cleared of Pittosporums a few years ago. It is amazing to see the indigenous plants coming back, especially the beautiful Spear Grass. Of course, there are a few weed seedlings that are appearing too which will need removing so we can give the bush a chance to rejuvenate.
At morning tea there will be an informative talk about a local plant or animal. (I learnt about Acacia decurrens at one of the morning tea talks).
Meet at the main, middle gate, rock wall entrance, Glenfern Road, Upwey. Tools and morning tea provided.
The bush restoration morning will be cancelled if raining.