Thursday 2 December
Koala habitat restoration – building tree guards at Yanakie works yard to protect young seedlings from grazing animals – see Park Connect for details.
For all Friends of the Prom activities, please register your attendance on the Parks Victoria volunteer portal ParkConnect – https://www.parkconnect.vic.gov.au/ (you will first have to register with Friends of the Prom on ParkConnect) or contact the Secretary at <email@example.com>.
Nursery visits take place every second Thursday at the Friends of the Prom native plant nursery, situated in the Parks Victoria works yard at Tidal River.
Common sense social distancing precautions still apply, particularly for higher risk volunteers over the age of 70.
Nursery dates for the remainder of 2021 are –
Please register your attendance in ParkConnect or phone Mary Walker on 0408 530 638
We are counting grazing animal pellets at a number of plots on the Yanakie Isthmus. The counts are used to assess trends in the local grazing animal populations. The data feeds into a long-term project to restore the Coastal Grassy Woodlands on the Isthmus.
We held our last count for the year on Tuesday 9th November. From now on the weather is warmer and the native dung beetles will reduce the dung pellets before we can get to it.
The next count will be in March or April 2022. We will advise.