Work started in November 2012 after completing the north side and as at August 2017 14 sessions have been conducted.
It looks like just one more day will be enough to complete all the primary weeding. The site is 500 metres long and averages 20 metres in width
Tuesday 4 November 2014
More gorse work at side of fire trail
Tuesday 6 May 2014
Work was continued on from Jan 2014 working bee by removing the Gorse along the edge of the fire trail.
One section had numerous smallish plants that took a long time to get through. Some other nearby spots had more substantial bushes that allowed a bit more work satisfaction.
Tuesday 7 May 2013
A section of thickish Gorse was cleared from the side of the Inglewood Fire Trail. All was in close proximity to the edge with very little more than 2-3 metres into the bush. At one spot there were copious small plants and not all were able to be cleared. These will be tackled when those that survive become larger.
The Hobart City Council provided morning tea and as the number of volunteers was down from average there was sufficient left to go with for lunch.