Native grasses

Prospect Creek is one of the crucial arteries to the Nationally Listed Critically Endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland. Over the years this creek has been cleared for agriculture, industry and housing. City storm water flows down its heart and its banks have been filled with many noxious plants. Volunteering opportunities are available to help restore the creek to its former beauty.

Conservation Volunteers are working in partnership with Cumberland City Council to rehabilitate the creek. Tasks include weed identification and removal, planting native trees and shrubs, habitat improvement and monitoring water quality. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and have some fun.

Dates: 4, 9, 16 & 23 October 2017

More information and registration

For more information, please contact the Western Sydney Conservation Volunteers office: 4721 4625 or [email protected]

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