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  • Congratulations to Friends of Mount Field Dear Peter, My name is Alison Lai and I am the CEO of Volunteering Tasmania. Peter, I was reaching out to say congratulations on the work that you and the volunteers involved with the Friends of Mount Field have achieved. I have just been reading your report in the Wildcare 2016 annual report and I enjoyed reading it. Particularly, the information about your ‘fabulous’ volunteers and the amount of hours that they not only contributed this year, but since your branch was established. An incredible effort and well done to everyone involved! I wish you the very best for the year ahead. If there is anything that I, or the team at Volunteering Tasmania can do to assist your wonderful ...
    Posted May 19, 2017, 10:33 PM by Peter Franklin
  • Petrol Grant 2017 We have been awarded a grant from Dept of Social Services a small grant to contribute to volunteers petrol costs and also purchase some tools.
    Posted May 19, 2017, 10:31 PM by Peter Franklin
  • Windy Moor Grant It is a considerable pleasure to be able to report that the Friends of Mount Field were successful in obtaining a grant from the Tasmanian Community fund to upgrade the walking track over Windy Moor.   More details to follow shortly, but it makes for a busy time ahead.  
    Posted Dec 10, 2016, 12:41 AM by Peter Franklin
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Future Working Bees

DateLocationDetailsFurther Information
September 16, 2017 Visitor Area There is an upgrade going on for the track to Russell Falls which has involved an impact on the area behind the visitor centre where materials and vehicles have been working. The area is being revegetated and cleaned up and a temporary fence is needed to allow better recovery. Picket stakes and wiring needs to be installed along the boundary of the area and it is proposed that this task be carried out on this working bee.  
October 21, 2017 Lake Nicholls Track Several tasks are to be carried out on the track between Beatties Tarn and the crest of the Windy Moor.  Above Lake Rayner the track crosses an area of rock that needs some modifications to both make the route more obvious and easier to negotiate.  There is also some pruning required.   There is aloo potential to make minor improvements to the track and the section that goes to Beatties Tarn Work site details 
November 1, 2017 Lake Seal  Date is only tentative -Install a new section of boardwalk 7 add 10 minute sign, actual date to be decided  
November 18, 2017 Field East track  The work location will depend on weather and if snow is present. On the Field East track some maintenance is required. Some more rock fill on plateau prior to  saddle is needed as there are a few areas starting to degrade. There is a minor bush trimming there as well.   Potential to extend drain and move timber to make a short boardwalk in a wet area.   Adjust a hardened section to make use of  rock stashed beside the track. Site Details 
December 1, 2017 Beatties Tarn Track Date tentative only Beatties junction area. Check on the diverted stream and drains and add more rocks to the track - Improve rocks on Beatties Track and make path a little easier Trim bushes along the track.  
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