We will be targeting Common Fennel, Boxthorn, Boneseed and Briar rose amongst other weeds that are growing happily around the foreshore at Penna Beach.

This is part of the bigger project of restoring the Penna side of Pitt Water to a natural state, being part of the greater Pitt Water World recognised RAMSAR wetlands for local and migratory birds.

We plan to continue working at the western end of Penna Beach. We may also deal with the invasives along the fenceline near the entrance at this end.

We plan to have a cuppa and snack at the conclusion of the morning's work on the beach. This is probably the last working bee for this year, because of general busy-ness over the festive season. So please feel free to bring your lunch.

When: Sunday 6th December

At: 9:30 am until 12:30 pm

Where: Dog Walking Carpark, Shark Point Road, Penna

Bring: Secateurs, snippers or garden fork, thick gardening gloves

Wear: Long pants, long sleeves, sunhat, sun screen, strong shoes

Food: Bring water, optional to bring thermos and hot drink, lunch or snack.


December 6th, 2020 9:30 AM   through   December 6th, 2020 12:30 PM
Dog walking and beach access car park, Shark Point Road
Penna, TAS, 7171

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