Dear friends and neighbours at Eaglehawk Neck


Our next activity is Thursday the 9th of February at the Officers’ Quarters, continuing our weeding efforts.


Following on Sunday the 12th of February, we aim to tend to the new plants and weeds along the new section of track through the coastal reserve down in front of the Lufra to the Officers’ Quarters.


If you are able to help on either or both days, you would be very welcome.  We start at 10am at the Officers’ Quarters car park and finish no later than 12 noon – or earlier if you can only spare a shorter time.


Next month we change our schedule to the first Sunday of the month, ie the 5th of March,  to align with the National Clean Up Australia Day, followed by a general meeting to discuss the prospective activities for the next 12 month period June 23 to May 24.


So please put these dates in your diaries, give some thought to what might be the priorities for the ensuing period, and let me know if you can come along.


Hope to see you at one or more of these.





Ted Leeson


EHN Landcare Group

415 Pirates Bay Drive

Eaglehawk Neck, Tasmania, 7179


M: 0428 537 062

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