Event Date: Saturday 9th July
As a follow up to our guided River walks, Parklands invite interested community members to participate in a short working bee improving the habitat values along the new River Red Gum trail.
Come and explore this newly accessible part of the Murray river and see how many platypus you can spot whilst contributing towards biodiversity conservation.
Where: Murray River, Gateway Island - directions on Humanitix registration site.
What we'll be doing: We ask our River Stewards to do whatever is of interest on the day. Jobs to be done at this site include removing a small volume of environmental woody weeds and stripping redundant fences, in preparation for planting. There will be options to match your capacity and interest, and light duty roles are many.
What is provided: All tools, materials and personal protective equipment is provided as is Ranger induction and session leadership.
What to bring: Participants must wear covered shoes (boots) and long pants at all sessions, preferably long sleeves as well, and bring your own hat and water bottle. Current Covid safety measures must also be followed.
Registration essential for safety and communications. Please REGISTER HERE.