We have a working bee this Sunday, down at the riverbank.
Bring tools and gloves and hats, for planting, a bit of weeding and other maintenance type jobs.
Also, bring a new friend to join our group.
Up … Read more
UPDATE: rescheduled for the first Sunday in November (6th).
NEXT WORKING BEE: was to have been Sunday 2 October, 9.30am at the corner near Rob’s place,
If you have visitors, bring them along to help plant a few … Read more
NEXT WORKING BEE: Sunday 4 September, 9.30am at the corner near Rob’s place,
On Sunday our working bee will focus on the area just down the track from the old boiler near Rob’s place. We did such a … Read more
NEXT WORKING BEE: Sunday 7 August, 9.30am–11.30am at the river’s edge,
It’s time to get back into the swing of things again after a bit of a winter break.
We have a bit of repair work to do … Read more
NEXT WORKING BEE: Sunday 5 May, 9.30am–11.30am
Hi everyone (update)
It looks like it could be very wet on Sunday, but please watch the weather. If it’s bucketing down (that would be nice) the working bee will not proceed.
Also, … Read more
NEXT WORKING BEE: Sunday 1 May, 9.30am–11.30am
We will be doing more planting, a little bit of brush-cutting down near the bridge, and more clearing of dead vegetation from existing trees and shrubs.
You will need gloves as the bursaria … Read more
NEXT WORKING BEE: Sunday 3 APRIL, 9.30am–11am
We had a small but very effective group turn up for our working bee at the beginning of March. Because of the dry spell no new planting was done, but we were able … Read more
We will be starting back on Sunday March 6th, 9.30am – 11.30am ish.
In early February there are contractors stem injecting all the privet in the area from the bridge and downstream. This is good!
On March 6th we … Read more
UPDATE: AFTER THE FLOOD
I walked down by the bridge this week to see what survived the flood, and was pleased to see that a lot of plants did. Most were pushed over and many lost their tree guards, but … Read more
Time: 9.30am –11.30am. Meet at the Quaama Dry River rest area.
Just a reminder that we have a working bee on Sunday. We still need to attack the dead honeysuckle and blackberry canes, plus cut the climbers of honeysuckle going … Read more