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June Working Bee
Ayr Creek, Bass Highway
Sunday 22 May


You might have noticed this working bee is on the 2nd Sunday of the month, a bit earlier than usual. We've received a grant from Regional Roads Victoria for Pittosporum removal on the Bass Highway, and we've brought forward the June working bee so our removed material can be put through the chipper.

Where: Meet at Cashin Street, Inverloch opposite Mitre 10
When: 10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Bring: Gloves, hand saw (if you have one) and water
Wear: Sturdy footwear, long sleeves, hat.
What we'll be doing: Removal of Pittosporum, cutting, and painting herbicide, and any other weed throughout the site. 
Enquiries: Please text John Cuttriss 0407 743397
Hope to see you there!
The South Gippsland Conservation Society wishes to acknowledge that the Bunurong and Boon Wurring peoples of the Kulin nation are the traditional owners of this land, over which they have never ceded sovereignty, and we pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
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