Happy New Year to all our volunteers!

To kick off the winter season of invasives work we are inviting you to join a work-party this Sunday, pulling small daphne seedlings that have germinated in the restoration area in Queequeg Community Park (off Whalebone Drive). This is easy to do right now while the ground is soft and damp and so no tools are needed – just bring work-gloves. 

This bunch took 30 minutes to pull: see how many you can pull on Sunday! There will be a small prize for the person with the largest bunch and another for whoever can come closest to correctly guessing the number of seedlings in the bunch in the photo!

When: Sunday January 8th, 1.30-3.00 p.m.

Where: Queequeg Community Park – access off Queequeg Place or Tashtego Crescent. Meet in park.

What to bring: Work-gloves. 

I hope you can join us!

Alison Thomas

Chair, GaLTT Invasive Species Committee

Daphne Seedlings

Guess how many for a chance to win a prize this Sunday!

Daphne Seedlings

Daphne seedlings are easy to remove while the ground is soft and damp

Categories: Invasive SpeciesPublished On: January 5, 2023

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