Planting for the Birds

Come along and plant native trees and shrubs for our local birds. Several species of bird, like the Variegated Fairy-wrens and the Spotless Crake, have recently returned to the area because of the extensive restoration work.

The FOLC set a big target on all of our public planting sessions: to plant at least 2000 local native seedlings. We can accommodate up to 100 volunteers, so why not join in!

The session runs for 3 hours in the morning, 9am to 12pm, but you can stay for as long as you like.

Meet at 9:00 am on the east side of Lake Claremont. Walk in 200 m from the west end of Lapsley Road. Look for the FOLC yellow flag.

Please wear closed in shoes and be prepared for rain. Gloves, tools and instruction are provided. We also serve up a free tea and refreshments. Families are welcome.

Sunday July 9th9:00am - 12:00pm

2017 Public Planting Days

The FOLC host 4 public planting days for the local and wider community. All are held on Sunday mornings, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. More details can be found using the links below.

Meeting Locations

Wetland buffer, eastern side of Lake Claremont
Contact: Heidi Hardsity 0416 614 696