WARATAH PARK WORKING BEE!!
Terry and Aaron on weed control removing all thr regrowth at the top of the degraded area next to a small dam!!Great job guys!!
On Sunday,10th November,2013 saw 24 volunteers continue the great work in cleaning up and maintaining the park!!
Activities such as branch/stick removal,weed removal including feral weeds,grass mowing and edging,clearing new areas ready for lawn mowing,reducing fuel loads of dead and excess leaves/green waste and build up,maintenance on regrowth weeds,tree removal,rock/stone relocations,stump eradication,stacking logs,maintenance on the native grasses,loading rubbish and weeds into piles and on to a trailers.
So a BIG thank you to Jenny,Mandy,Shane,Brett G,Terry,Aaron,Bryan,Bob,Michael,Danny,Leisa,Marijiana,Kate,Branna,James,Marc,Stephen,Naomi,Milo,McCready,Phoenix,Ty and Henry-Lee for all your wonderful work in the park on Sunday.We all have made a great difference to the look of the park it is really starting to take shape!!
Branna,Marc,Leisa,Marijiana,Kate and James the great team from MLC helping us.Some for the first time making a wonderful contribution on the day!!
Everytime we walk down the top end of the driveway we will all see the great work these wonderful Australians have made!!
If you or friends,family would like to come out to Waratah Park and help in some way we would like to hear from you.Please phone
Our website is www.duffysforest.com (Duffy's Forest Residents Association).
We offer great volunteer schemes such as Optus RockCorps.The Duke of Edinburgh Awards and
Corporate Volunteering Programs for businesses,small businesses and companies.
We require your help so we can move forward in the park.We want your help not your money to make the park a success once again as it has been over the last 47 years.Many different environmental activities are conducted in the park and more will be established in the future only with your help and support.This is a community lead project on land that is no longer in privately owned hands.
The park has many needs to remove acres of weeds and rubbish also the ongoing tasks of maintenance is important as well.The benefits of coming to the park are you will see this project moving forward enjoying a great day in one of Australia's last significant flora and fauna wildlife environments.
SAVE WARATAH PARK!!!!