An Attack on the Asparagus Fern at Peregian Creek

Between 60 school students last week and Green Army this week further inroads have been made and will be made on the nasty Asparagus Fern that still covers too much of the ground and native vegetation at Peregian Creek.   The end may not be nigh, but it is coming closer.  So to help achieve that end there will be our regular first Saturday of the month working bee south of the boardwalk at Beach Access 49 this coming Saturday, 2 July from 8 am.  For a change of scenery and work we can also carry on with removing some more of the Singapore Daisy that has been coming back in down near the beach.

You will also notice, for those of you who haven’t been down to the creek in the last week that the signs for the interpretative walk are up and already attracting attention and positive comments.





About Paul

Paul has worked as a forester since graduating from ANU in 1967 in many countries for the private sector, The World Bank and international aid agencies, starting with the Papua New Guinea Forestry Dept. A volunteer with Noosa and District Landcare since 2000 working on farm forestry, bushcare and waterways monitoring.

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