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Help collect native seeds on Mount Majura - 23 & 25 Jan 2015


Friday, 23 January 2015 - 10:00am to 11:00am

The seed crop of Clustered Everlastings, Chrysocephalum semipapposum, is at peak. If you have an hour of spare time in the morning of either Friday or Sunday please come along and help Friends of Mt Majura harvesting.

The perennial forb Clustered Everlasting is one of the few ground cover species that is not grazed by kangaroos and rabbits. We use the species to re-vegetate degraded sites that have a high presence of herbivores such as the grassy woodland behind The Fair in North Watson, the Majura paddock and the old sheep camp at Mt Majura’s ridge.


In Safe Hands Toolkit

In Safe Hands is a Safety Management System designed for community groups in practical conservation. The content and processes have been adapted from Conservation Volunteers Australia's own system and is based on 30 years of knowledge and experience in managing volunteers in practical conservation. Recent enhancements and access to this toolkit and workshop opportunities for Landcare and other community Groups has been made possible through funding from the Australian Government's Caring for our Country initiative.

All Groups who wish to use the manual must register their details, via the registration process on the In Safe Hands website to receive the In Safe Hands Toolkit, workshop updates, content updates and support. Registrations will be open until June 30 2013.


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