Planting part of reserve re-vegetation

Jackson Lavell-LeeBusselton Dunsborough Times
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Busselton Naturalists Club members Harry de Vries, Malcolm Jennings, Ian Clarke, Robin Flowers and Dennis Scramm demonstrate the Kangaroo fence at Ambergate Reserve.
Camera IconBusselton Naturalists Club members Harry de Vries, Malcolm Jennings, Ian Clarke, Robin Flowers and Dennis Scramm demonstrate the Kangaroo fence at Ambergate Reserve.

The Busselton Naturalists Club will conduct tree planting at Ambergate Reserve as its first official activity following relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday.

Fencing to exclude kangaroos has been put in place allowing the group and volunteers to plant 400 seedlings.

Busselton Naturalists Club president Bernie Masters said wheelbarrows would be supplied but volunteers must bring digging tools and gloves.

The planting of seedlings are part of the club’s five-year plan to revegetate degraded areas of the Ambergate Reserve.

Those interested in volunteering to help plant the seedlings are asked to meet at 9am at the Ambergate reserve main car park on the corner of Queen Elizabeth Avenue and Doyle Road.

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