At last we’re able to offer a regular working bee. It will be held on Sunday 11 October and you will find all the details below. Groups working in the open air are limited to 10. We’ll start by arriving in the one area, but (if we’re lucky enough to have greater numbers), we’ll immediately […]
We will be sowing wattle seeds in the Honeycomb Bushland Reserve. Wattles are extremely important habitat components across Australia and due to gold mining, the reserve has almost none in the low-lying eastern part. Please come along and give us a hand if you can! Wear hat, sturdy footwear and clothing suitable for the weather; […]
Put this date in your diary for the’ We are Back Working Bee’. We have several small jobs that can be done as small socially distanced teams. Please bring your own water and snacks, and appropriate clothing. Let us know if you are coming so we can keep an eye on the numbers.
Put this date in your diary for our next working bee. We have more threatened Lamandra to go into the ground. Let us know if you’re coming, so we can keep an eye on the numbers. Wear hat, sturdy footwear, clothing suitable for the weather, gloves, plus your own water and snacks. We’ll supply the […]
Looking for an outside activity where we are at a safe distance from each other: come along to help protect our re-vegetation planted last year. We have had excellent results with our sowing on the Coliban Water section of Honeycomb Bushland Reserve. However, grazing & trampling by kangaroos is severe, so we need to protect […]
Join us on an extra working bee to help eliminating gorse & bridal creeper. We may even find some African Boneseed which is easy to pull out. We’ll also have the opportunity to see how our young wattles are coping. Wear hat, sturdy footwear and clothing suitable for the weather; bring gloves, your own water […]
At this working bee, we will be placing wire guards & branch tangles over seedlings. New wattles are emerging from seed that we sowed back in August (thanks to Intrepid Landcare & Connecting Country). They now need protecting from wallaby, kangaroo & hare grazing. At least we no longer have rabbits! So join us, wearing […]