Tuross Coastal Landcare (TCL) resumed winter activities on Sunday 14th June with a planting session at One Tree Point. This small project aims to encourage coastal wattle, (Acacia sopharae) to replace marram grass which has fallen out of favour in recent years. Although very efficient at stabilising sand dunes, marram, an introduced grass from the North Atlantic coasts, is not so Fauna friendly as our native vegetation.
The tube stock plants are being nurtured within protective plant shelters, safe from rabbits and wind exposure until well established. TCL will be active at Water Tower Hill on Sunday morning, 28th June, 09.00 onwards. New faces welcome.