Core activities

We meet twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. At least some members will be somewhere on the site between 7.30 am and 12.30 pm. Everyone on site gathers for a break at the southern shelter between 10 and 10.30 am.

Each of us has favorite tasks, but overall we 
  • control environmental weeds
  • propagate and transplant local native plants
  • maintain access to and within the site
  • facilitate educational activities
  • report regularly to local authorities & to the public
  • monitor and record biodiversity
  • host relevant activities. 

Tomorrow's forest: here's how member Unice Frazer brought fruits of the locally-endangered tree white beech (Gmelina leichhardtii) from the forest behind, back in April 2001. The seeds were cleaned of flesh and then sown.  Unice was for many years a farmer in the valley, but has since passed away. The white beech trees that have grown from these seeds remain as a memorial to her and will be so long into the future.