Friends of Tuggeranong Hill Parkcare Group hold their working bees every second Sunday of the month.
The group undertakes a range of activities, such as weed mapping and control, erosion control, rubbish removal, raising community awareness and flora and fauna surveys, in the Tuggeranong Hill Nature Reserve.
Priorities will focus primarily on weed infestations from surrounding suburbs, including Briar Rose, Hawthorn, Privet, African Lovegrass and Verbascum, and erosion.
New incursions such as Lavender, Honeysuckle, Blackberry, Rosemary, Tree of Heaven, African Daisy, Euphorbia will also be targeted wherever they occur.
For more information about working bees or the group, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the SACTCG office on (02) 62966400.
Check out the all the species that have been spotted in Tuggeranong Hill using Canberra Nature Map’s Digital Field Guide
How to get involved
Our volunteers are all ages. We welcome everyone.
For more info check out the Facebook Page