An Interpretative Walk – Looking at plants within the Eagle Point Reserve

iCal Import
May 13, 2017 10:00 am
May 13, 2017 12:00 pm
Eagle Point Reserve

Join local experts for a walk around the Eagle Point Reserve to identify a variety of problem plant species (weeds) and discuss options for their on-going management.

The purpose of the activity is to give participants first hand experience of one of the largest areas of remnant Red Gum forest adjacent to the Gippsland Lakes, some skills in identifying of a range of invasive weeds and the opportunity to discuss possible management options.

It should also prove a valuable opportunity to network with other groups who have been invited. Including the broader regional Landcare/Coastcare network and Field Naturalists.

There will be a light lunch provided afterwards. I hope to see you all there.

Please see the attached information for further details and feel free to invite friends and family.

Kind regards,

Tom Crook,

Facilitator and Programs Manager

Gippsland Plains CMN


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