Event Date: Sunday 7th April
Residents of Huon Creek Rd and beyond are warmly invited to attend a morning of FREE events, featuring tips for starting a garden and managing rabbits, foxes and other feral pests .
When: 10am-12pm, Sunday 7th April 2019, including:
- 10.00am-11.30am—Gardens for Wildlife and Parklands displays
Browse our display of feral pests info and traps, habitat gardening tips, native animal brochures, native bee inn, reptile habitat, free native plant giveaways and more.
- 10.00am-10.45am— ‘Bare block to habitat garden’ talk
Hear Sue Brunskill, horticulturalist and co-author of Garden Guide for Albury Wodonga, share her tips for turning a bare block into a wildlife-friendly, low maintenance, low water requirement garden.
- 11.00am-12.00pm— Feral habitat walk and talk
Join Parklands ranger Corbin Geyer on an easy feral habitat walk and talk, strolling along the creek, spotting evidence of rabbit and fox activity and discussing ways to make your land unfriendly to ferals.
Where: In the WREN Reserve, Western end of Chester Circuit, Huon Creek
BYO: Chair or picnic rug for garden talk
No RSVP required. For more information contact Lizette Salmon: G4WildlifeAW@gmail.com
This event is supported by the Victorian government.