Kalinga Park Bushcare Group volunteer working bee
Free

Kalinga Park Bushcare Group volunteer working bee

Date & time
Sat 20 Aug 2022
7:00am to 9:00am
Add to Calendar 2022-08-20 07:00 2022-08-20 09:00 Australia/Brisbane Kalinga Park Bushcare Group volunteer working bee New volunteers are invited to join the Kalinga Park Bushcare Group's monthly working bee to help enhance the biodiversity of Nundah. Join volunteers from 7-9am for bushcare maintenance, weeding of invasive species, watering saplings and planting new plants. Wear enclosed shoes and clothes suitable for gardening and bring a water bottle.  Equipment and training will be provided. Carew Street Park, 46 Carew Street, Nundah
Age

Open

Cost

Free

New volunteers are invited to join the Kalinga Park Bushcare Group's monthly working bee to help enhance the biodiversity of Nundah. Join volunteers from 7-9am for bushcare maintenance, weeding of invasive species, watering saplings and planting new plants.

Wear enclosed shoes and clothes suitable for gardening and bring a water bottle.  Equipment and training will be provided.

Bookings

Venue

Carew Street Park, 46 Carew Street, Nundah

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