Help us convert a weedy creekside to a richer riparian habitat at 10:00 AM on Sunday.
The Friends of Campbells Creek have been working on the Lewis 'precinct' for several years and, with the help of the North Central CMA, have achieved a remarkable transformation from a willow infested area with a few native plants to an interesting swampy area with 11 self–sustaining wetland species (we are working at establishing more) and good coverage of thousands of native tussock grasses.
On Sunday, we’ll be working between the creek and the trail to increase the coverage of native grasses into areas that are now relatively weed free (after three years of preparation).
Meet in the car-park at the western end of Lewis Drive, Castlemaine for a 10:00 AM start.
We'll finish at mid-day with a late morning tea.
Bring: gloves, hat, sturdy clothes and footwear suitable for the weather and your own water, we'll supply the seed and the tools.