Conservation Volunteers Woody Weed Blitz

CVA at Narbethong

Volunteers from Conservation Volunteers Australia have been assisting UGLN with our weed control program.

CVA at Number Two Creek

Using the cut & paint method and handweeding the volunteers have been removing many hectares of woody weeds from private and public land affected by the 2009 fires.
The volunteers have removed holly from The Hermitage at Narbethong and Stony Creek in Kinglake West, English and Cape Broom from roadsides in Pheasant Creek and Kinglake, Tutsan and Blackberry from The Number Two Creek in Kinglake and Flax-leaf Broom in Strath Creek.

Conservation Volunteers is a not for profit organization whose mission is “connecting people with our environment.”
For more information, or if you would like to join the teams as a volunteer, contact Conservation Volunteers on 1800 032 501 or go to there website:

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