To all tree planters,

Our Pinkerton Landcare & Environment Group's next working bee will be held on Sunday 24th June from 9.30am -12.30pm

We will plant the Woolly Tea-trees and River Bottlebrush shrubs grown by one of our members Irene Cook, by the riverbank at Pinkerton Flat.

Boxthorns have been removedby Melbourne Water this year. Afterwards we will go on an exploratory walk, viewing the naturally occurring wildflowers, climbers and the native raspberry; as well as progress of weed control works by the contractors on the native grassland and escarpment above.

Everyone is welcome

Meet at the access gate on Mt. Cottrell Road, located midway between Greigs and Boundary Roads, Mt. Cottrell. There is a green Land for Wildlife sign attached to the gate.

See Melway Map 221 H7


Frances Overmars T. 9748 1294

Daryl Akers  M. 0438 277 252