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Wilding Tree Day

Wilding Tree Day

• Spend a day in the outdoors • Enjoy a half hour 4WD ride through farm land • Have a BBQ lunch while lending a hand in your community

Attend this Wilding Tree Control Day!!!

The aim of this Wilding Tree Control day is to continue the fight against the wildings at the site where control was initiated in April this year – the aim is complete eradication in the area. Most trees will be removed by hand pulling, hand saws or loppers – these will be provided. Wilding Tree Day held in April 2007, at Awarima Station

WHEN: Sunday 9 th December – meeting at 9.00am at Fairlie and finishing with a BBQ lunch on site at about 12.30pm. Returning to Fairlie by 2.00pm.

WHERE: Meet at Fairlie Four Square supermarket (9.00am depart) to be transported to central site. Control of pines will be undertaken at Awarima Station, the Anderson’s farm on Clayton Settlement Road. The South Canterbury Four Wheel Drive Club has offered to transport the volunteers to the site, and assist us in the wilding tree control. Please let me know approximate numbers from your organisation or group who want to attend.

WHAT TO BRING: • Water • Sturdy boots • Warm clothing, pants or gaiters • Waterproof parker • Gardening gloves • Sunscreen and Hat


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