Join Nature Conservation Society SA and Trees For Life for a morning of bush care and exploring the plants and animals in Park 17. This is a free event.
The activity is part of the PARK LANDS PROJECT an environmental art and citizen science project, exploring the biodiversity and adaptive nature of the flora and fauna living in the 3 Bush For Life sites in the Adelaide Park Lands. The nature morning will include removing weeds from the Bush For Life site at Carriageway Park / Tuthangga (Park 17) and an introduction to citizen science to identify local plants and animals.
For more information contact Natasha Davis at Trees For Life on 8406 0500
Limited free parking is available on South Tce.
What to bring:
A hat, water bottle, snacks, sunscreen, long pants, long sleeve shirt and wear sturdy footwear.
This is a COVID-safe event.
A canned drink will be provided at the end of the session. Bush For Life is a program delivered by Trees For Life in partnership with Adelaide City Council and Green Adelaide.
The Park Lands Project is a collaborative partnership between The Nature Conservation Society of South Australia, Trees For Life, Hunter Gatherings and OSCA – Open Space Contemporary Arts. The project is proudly supported by Inspiring South Australia, the City of Adelaide and the Commonwealth of Australia.