Woody Weeds Working Bee (19 April 2009)

Friends of Mt Majura and the Watson Woodland Working Group invite volunteers to help removing woody weeds growing at the lower slopes of Mt Majura.
Sunday, 19 April 2009, from 9.00am to noon.
Meet at nature park entrance off Antill Street opposite Carotel, North Watson
Bring and wear:
sun protection enclosed foot wear and full-body covering
All equipment will be provided.
For car pooling and other enquires: ph 6247 7515 or e-mail admin@majura.org

Please come along if you have some time to spare, sign the activity sheet at the rangers’ trailer, enjoy a cuppa and help remove woody weeds from the lower slopes of Mt Majura. Novice weeders are encouraged to be early for an induction on target weeds and on the save handling of equipment.

Waltraud Pix
FoMM co-ordinator


Sweet Briar or Briar Rose (Rosa rubiginosa) is one of the many woody weed species that invaded Mount Majura nature reserve and other bushland in the ACT. Find out how you can help protecting our bushland reserves from the invasion of woody weeds.

Weed swap: swap your woody weeds for free native plants on 28/29 March 2009

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