Have you wondered why some trees and shrubs die in your bushland area? Join us to find out more about the impact of Phytophthora Dieback on native vegetation and hear about simple hygiene steps that your group can implement to reduce the spread of the plant pathogen in your bushland areas. Bruno Rikli, Bark Environmental Consulting, will lead an on-site visit of Inglewood Triangle Reserve, and interpret the site, highlighting indicator species and hygiene actions that groups can implement. A light lunch will be provided.
Date: Friday 23 October 2020
Time: 9.30 am to 12.00 pm
Location: Mount Lawley Golf Course and Inglewood Triangle Reserve (5 Hamer Parade, Inglewood)
Meet at Mount Lawley Golf Course for a short walk to the Reserve
The Workshop is led by Perth NRM and supported by the National Landcare Program.