reveg working bee at Gluepot

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Subject: reveg working bee at Gluepot
From: "Peter Waanders" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 14:40:36 +0930
Hi all,

For those who are interested, the reveg working bee at Gluepot I wrote about
earlier is still on this weekend. We start at 11:00 am on Saturday at the
homestead/registration shed. People who arrive after that time will find
directions on the whiteboard in the registration shed. Sunday will see an
early start and again there will be directions as to where & what on the
whiteboard in the registration shed.
There will be a local reveg expert present "in charge" of the project.
Anyone is welcome to attend, do things at their own pace, jobs range from
cutting (wire) treeguards, folding them, digging (small) holes, carting
sand, planting trees, placing treeguards, watering.
It has been raining the entire day today but if the next two days are fine
there should be no problem for conventional vehicles to get to Gluepot.
There might be two or three rooms available on a first-in first served
basis, contact the Gluepot rangers on (08) 88929600. Otherwise there is
plenty of camping space. You will need to pick up a key from the Shell
station in Waikerie and from there it's about 1 to 1.5 hrs drive.
There is now a small entrance fee but members of BA or other Birdlife Int'l
organisations are exempt as are people who are doing voluntary work on the
Check the website (url below) for further details, or contact me directly
via reply email.
I will contact those who have expressed interest earlier individually.


Peter Waanders

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