We had superb weather for our latest three day Sea Spurge weeding activities on Friday 25th, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th March.
It was time to revisit Squeaky Beach as some regrowth had been observed since we were last there on 3rd February 2021. The 12 volunteers who worked at Squeaky Beach on Friday and the 17 on Saturday did am amazing job to remove all Sea Spurge from one end of the beach to the other, apart from the protected cultural heritage zone near the northern end.
Having done as much as we could at Squeaky over the previous two days, we returned to Picnic Beach on Sunday. 10 volunteers turned out to continue the work we started at Picnic Beach exactly one year ago, but while this was our sixth activity day over the past year, there’s still a lot more Sea Spurge there for us to weed.