Small Purple Pea and other plants of Box Gum Grassy Woodlands
Central West Local Land Services invites you to join them to learn about and identify plants of Box Gum Grassy Woodlands, including the threatened Small Purple-pea.
This practical workshop will include a presentation by David Carr – Stringybark Ecological, a botanist and ecologist with many years experience, an overview of the Local Land Services Small Purple-pea project and woodland walk and talk to identify plants in the nearby Stuart Town Common.
- What are woodland communities, why are they important and what lives in them?
- Native plant identification
- What you can do to enhance and protect woodland communities
- Small Purple Pea in the Central West
Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Wear suitable outdoor clothing for the woodland walk and talk
If you would like to bring plants to be identified on the day, please bag these to prevent seed spread.
- David Carr (ecologist and botanist) from Stringybark Ecological.
- Catie Guise – Project Manager of the Small Purple-pea project
- Dr Joanna Haddock – Senior Threatened Species Officer
RSVP: Wednesday 5 April 2023 (event will be catered)
Catherine Guise on email@example.com or 0429 982 197
This project is jointly funded through Central West Local Land Services and the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
12 Apr 2023 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Stuart Town Community Hall and a walk in Stuart Town Common
0429 982 197
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