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We were featured in an article in the Richmond Landcare Newsletter just recently. Richmond Landcare have well over 100 landcare groups like ours on their books. They also raise grants to run larger scale landcare projects with a focus on the middle and lower reaches of the catchment of the Richmond River

What Happened over April and May?

We finally got a mains pressure tap and some hoses to help us out when we need to water at William St!!!

Some of our teams continued to get their exercise by working alone or in pairs on some sites, including Skennars, Pinnacle Row, Boulders and William St.

Other than that we had an unexpected holiday. The weeds loved it ! Turkey Rhubarb, Morning Glory, Farmers Friends and all of the invasive grasses you can think of had a ball in our absence. The rains were a constant ally, unlike the last 10 months or so of last year and they made the most of it. 

Now that we are back on deck we have plenty of work ahead of us though it has been wonderful to start by planting out the natural areas along the eastern foreshore of the lake.

NB. At the end of May I had received 1402mm  of rain for the year!!


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June Working Bees
        8.30 - 10.30 am

 Wed 3rd:  Kellys site - car park 
                            opp. surf club
  Wed 10th:  Boulder Beach - 
                        Iron Peg car park 
  Wed 17th:  Shortys Stairs - 
                         Surfers car park
  Wed 24th:  Boulders - Iron Peg
                                      car park

   Thurs 25th:   Pinnacle Row - park Dress Circle drive or outside Quarterdeck


Other Activities

     You may also be interested 

 Skennars Hd Working Bees
Every 2nd Thursday 
 Contact Pat Cawley on 6687 7143

    Lower Point Working Bees
Organised as needed
     Contact Mike Heesom through           

Lake Ainsworth Water Hyacinth Team
Contact Kelly Saunderson through

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