August Sunday Bushland Busy Bee 27th 9am to 11.30am Mosman Beach

We're needing help checking our recent plantings at Mosman Beach! There will be hand weeding!

Meet at the 3rd shelter from the north end, 1 Curtin avenue, opposite Beehive Montessori school. It's a short walk from Victoria street station and Stirling highway buses! Look for our banner!

Wear comfy old clothes suited to the weather and bush work!

Tools, gloves and morning tea provided! Bring a water bottle!

Mosman Beach Planting Sunday 9th July 2017 with Scotch College Help

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et at the third shelter from the Northern carpark! Look out for our sign! Opposite the Montessori school, 4 Curtin Avenue, Mosman Park. 9am to 11.30am

 

Tools, Gloves and morning tea provided!

 

Wear comfy old clothes suited to the weather and bush work! No experience required!

 

Brisbane House Scotch college students have been helping Friends of Mosman Park Bushland and the Town of Mosman Park for many years, planting!

 

We still need to do some infill planting where harsh conditions have been unkind to our plantings. Empty spaces are havens for weed colonisation!

 

Victoria street train station and buses on Stirling highway are close to our planting site!

 

Contact Sue 0419942483 if you have trouble locating our group!

End of month Sunday Mosman Beach Busy Bee! 9am to 11.30am 28th May 2017

 

A few hands can make the difference as we remove weeds prior to our winter planting! Removing weeds now will improve the success of our plantings as less herbicide is used and less competition for water and nutrients.

Join like minded people in this beautiful setting for a morning's work!

Tools and morning tea provided! Don’t forget a water bottle and sun protection!

Meet at the northern end of our verge plantings opposite Montessori school on Curtin Avenue where There is a shelter closest to “Tim’s bike” memorial

Re: Friends of Mosman Park Bushland busy bee Sunday 26th February 2017 9am to 11.30

On 21 February 2017 at 15:24, Friends of Mosman Park Bushland <mail@mosmanparkbushland.org> wrote:

Bushland Busy Bee Sunday 26th February Roe Point, Mosman Park

 

Please join us from 9am to 11.30am by the Swan River at Roe Point to maintain this small tidal marshland.


We have had great success here creating a buffer from invasive buffalo lawn so that the native celery herb can flourish with a number of other plants that can tolerate the brackish water at high tide!

It’s planned to be 36 degrees so if we get our work done before it gets to this temperature would be good! We do have shade to work in!

Tools, gloves and morning tea provided! Bring a water bottle and wear comfy old clothes suited to bush work and the weather! Hat and sunscreen!

 

Bus 107 from Perth or Fremantle, stop Beagle street, near Owston st.

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Sue Conlan
Mob: 0419 942 483
Email: mail@mosmanparkbushland.org

 

 

 

FW: Busy Bee Sunday 29th January 9am to 11.30 Garangup Park

 

 

Sunday looking to be 30degrees! Let’s head down to Gnarangup Park for some final weed seed removal! This area will be an infill planting site this June.

There’s not too much weed seed so I think our team are up to it! It will give our plantings a better chance!

 

Meet at the eastern  area under the shady Rostellifera wattles (look for the overhead powerlines)!

 

Gloves, tools, morning tea provided! Bring a water bottle! Be sunwise! Old comfy clothes for bush work!

 

We have 2 cool beach spots to retreat to at either end of Gnarangup for our break! But we will be working without shade!

 

Bus 107 to Dorothy Genders Village is close.

Victoria Street station contact Sue 0419942483 for a lift!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bushland Busy Bee Sunday 27th November 2016 9am to 11.30

Come and help us in maintaining our beautiful bushland in Minim Cove Park! Weeds are still holding onto their seeds and need yanking right out and binned. Jobs for all abilities!

Meet at small gate in Minim Cove Bushland off Fairbairn street. Bus 107 closest public transport!

Tools, gloves and morning tea provided! Bring a water bottle and wear clothes suited to bush work and weather. This brown honey eater camouflages well to raise young in a pot plant. Your garden and verge are important for nurturing our local wildlife. They are cheap labour and much more interesting that chemical insecticides!