Chemical free bush regeneration working bee

What if you joined us at our regular chemical free bush regeneration working bee?

Where & when

Coastal rainforest of Brunswick Heads, New South Wales
Every second Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm
Please email us for details of how to get there

What we do

We use proven methods for permanently destroying Bitou Bush and other invasive weeds.
We break for morning tea at 11 am.

chemical free bush regeneration morning tea

What to bring

Please wear boots, long sleeve shirt, a hat, gloves.
Bring water to drink and some morning tea.
In wet weather bring a rain coat and an umbrella.
Children are welcome with parental supervision.

For more information about this working bee and our group:

email us

chemical free bush regeneration workers

What are the best things about helping out with chemical free bush regeneration?

You can feel good knowing that your contribution, no matter how little, makes a difference.
You can bring your children.
You can work on the site knowing that you don’t have to handle toxic chemicals.
You can work and learn with a team and have lots of fun.
Sometimes morning tea is an excuse for a birthday celebration, complete with cake!
We are right by a beautiful beach so in hot weather you can go for a swim after work. Whatever the weather, we always enjoy ourselves.

One Response to Chemical free bush regeneration working bee

  1. Jade Brunet says:

    It is good to know that things can be done to kill invasive weeds allowing bush growth to be regenerated. I like what was said about using methods that avoid toxic chemicals. I have also heard that bush regeneration does not only help plant life but animal life as well. The birds would benefit from these efforts.

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