Habitat Restoration – Planting Habitat: Peppermint Reserve (October)
Join our Bushcare volunteers and Conservation Volunteers Australia for a great day of weeding!
Weeding is a great way to protect our native flora and fauna. By removing invasive weeds from our bushland, we’re helping our flora flourish and provide food and habitat for our wildlife.
Learn about the abundance of rare plants and animals which call this reserve home. You’ll be removing invasive weeds such as African Love Grass, Mother of Millions, Moth Vine and Asparagus Fern and helping the natural flora flourish and create habitat for our wildlife.
On-site training, tools, and light refreshments will be provided.
It’s advised participants wear long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and closed sturdy shoes. We'd also recommend bringing a hat and sunscreen and a bottle of water.
The event is open to everyone with and without Bushcare weeding experience. Under 16 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.
Bookings are essential. Look under Cumberland Plain Woodlands events in Penrith LGA to book.
Please meet near 28 Vincent Road, Cranebrook. Parking is available onsite.
The Habitat Restoration event program is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust. Penrith City Council is proud to partner with Conservation Volunteers Australia.
Dates & Times
No upcoming occurrences.