Wildcare Friends of Narawntapu
We are a committed group of volunteers based mainly on the North West coast who have seen a need to rid the beautiful coastline of the invasive plant sea spurge (euphorbia paralias) along the coastline of the Narawntapu National Park.
Who we are
A partnership between Wildcare volunteer group, Sea Spurge Remote Areas Teams(SPRATS) and the Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS ) have been doing remote weed management (mainly sea spurge) for the last eight summers on the coastline between Cape Sorell and Cockle Creek.
We, a different group, are committed bushwalkers based on the North West coast who have seen a need to continue on that good work and rid the beautiful coastline of the invasive plant sea spurge along the coastline of the Narawantapu National Park.
Where we work
On the shores of Narawantapu National Park as designated by PWS and the Weed management personnel.
What we do
Under the guidance of the Weed Management person and the PWS team we will set up a weeding program using volunteers or a regular basis, target an area and weed out the sea spurge, undertake mapping, recording relevant data, including the seas birds as we go.
President: Helen Plaister, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Mary Moore, email@example.com
Treasurer : Karon Faulkner