Green Point working bee a huge success
ANOTHER successful working bee was held at Green Point last Sunday.
The Angourie Community Coastcare volunteers meet up every Easter with Wooloweyah Landcare to control weeds such as Easter Senna, Camphor laurel and Red Cherry Guava.
Over 1500 seedlings were hand pulled and a few dozen larger plants were drilled and poisoned. The Senna is easily recognised with its yellow flowers, gold leaf margins and bean-like seed pods. There is a similar plant which is the native Breynia so be careful not to remove it if you are keen to rid your garden of Senna.
The Angourie Heritage Walk project is progressing well thanks to the great work done by Andrew Vincent from Envite and the Green Army team. They have been controlling weeds and addressing drainage problems along the old quarry rail track at Green Point and through Spooky Gully Nature Walk.
Planting at the Pools is the focus soon so if you are interested to help out, please call John on 0401 53 438.