Join Landcare Illawarra project officer Richard Scarborough for a workshop to help you further develop skills around identifying the differences between native plants and weed look-a-likes.
We will be visiting the old Corrimal colliery which is now privately owned and being rehabilitated by the landholder with support from Landcare Illawarra.
The site has a range of weed invasion issues. Vegetation is in a range of conditions due to past usage and frequent deer invasion.
The workshop will include:
9.30am – Cup of tea and registration
10am-12.30pm – Walk and talk covering topics on
- Weed ID
- Native plant ID
- Deer management issues in bush regeneration
12.30-1.15pm – Lunch
1.15-2.15pm – Rainforest bushwalk
Participants will be given free weed ID booklets and a species list to learn and check against and note any weed look-a-likes on the day.
Lunch will be provided
When: Saturday November 3
Time: 9.30am – 2.15pm
Where: Meeting location will be provided upon registration
RSVP: By Wednesday October 31 to Megan Rowlatt 4229 7526 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that grade of bushwalk will be moderate.
This event is free to all interested community members and is supported by Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority through funding from the Australian Governments Caring for our Country program.