Friend or Foe?

Can you tell the difference between native grasses and serrated tussock?

Jacksons Creek EcoNetwork (a coalition of Landcare and Friends Groups along Jacksons Creek, Riddells Creek and its tributaries is hosting a free event to help landholders identify weeds on their properties and suggest control measures.

Bring along your weeds for identification and exchange them for a free native plant.

DPI staff will be on hand to help identify and give control advice on serrated tussock and chilean needle grass between 10am-12pm.

 

When:    Saturday 17th September                                                                                                                                    

Time:      9am-1.30pm

Where:   Riddells Creek Farmer’s Market

 

For more information contact

Julie Macdonald     5438 7623         cdlc@hotkey.net.au

Narelle Sutton         0430022971     info@riddellscreeklandcare.org.au:


Supported by Melbourne Water Grants program