Unfortunately we had to cancel this workshop for now as our presenter is dealing with family issues. We would like to be able to offer this workshop at a new date before end of June and will let you know the new details.
In this Workshop we invite you into the Landcare Community nursery to take a look at some of the key species used in restoration and enhancement plantings on coastal bush regeneration sites. Participants will learn about:
- The main vegetation communities or coastal habitats we have in the region
- When to consider planting
- Social and environmental values of assisted restoration.
- Which species should be planted where
- Function of certain species in their preferred habitat
- How to ensure a successful planting
- Plant id tips
When: New date to be advised
Where: Coffs Harbour Regional Landcare, Newman St, Woolgoolga
(Follow link to flyer for map directions to Nursery) Considerations for planting on coastal sites – What goes where? Workshop flyer
Time: 10am –12pm
Light refreshments provided
Register by: New date to be advised.
This workshop is located at Macauleys Headland, between Park Beach and Diggers Beach. The vegetation community here is more ‘bushy’ than at Boambee. We will learn to recognise natives that look like weeds here as well as get our hands busy with weeding the edge of this coastal forest and grassland.
Please drive to Richmond Drive, via Brunswick Avenue in Coffs Harbour (north of Park Beach Plaza) and find our signs where to park for a short walk up to the headland.
Please note our ticketing interface has changed the way you register for our events. You need to press ‘Add’ to select the number of tickets, you then need to go to the bottom of the screen and select the blue “Next” tab to add your details to complete your registration.