Providing habitat for the threatened Phascogale and friends
This area was devastated after the Black Saturday fires. The endangered Brush-tailed Phascogale is known to live in the area. This planting area is along the creek line to extend habitat, provide understory and to help protect the existing creek banks from further erosion by helping to hold the soil. As it matures it will create habitat and resources for many species including the Phascogale. The property is owned by an older couple who have purchased the plants, guards and stakes, but really need volunteer assistance to get them in the ground. Come and meet the locals, have a great day out and hear what these passionate landholders; Ivan and Wilma are wanting to do.
DATE & TIME
Saturday, 27 July 2019
10:00am to 2:00pm
220 Clonbinane Road
Suitable for Children
Accessible for Disabled
The driveway in on the right off Clonbinane road. The driveway splits into two, take the left fork and head for the red roofed house.
Please bring your favourite planting tool, mattock and hammer. Contact Belinda for any dietary requirements - lunch provided after planting