Help the Mudcrabs reach their goal to plant at least 1,000 native plants/grasses on the site of the Old Sugar Mill in Canterbury.
The Mudcrabs are a local community group which cares for The Cooks River and its foreshore environment by regularly collecting rubbish and restoring the bush along the Cooks River. City of Canterbury Bankstown and Inner West Council support the Mudcrabs’ work by providing some of the tools and plants.
Meet near the footbridge at the end of Sugar House Road, Hurlstone Park which is a 5 minute walk from Canterbury Train Station.
No need to register, drop in any time during the session.
Facebook event info @ https://www.facebook.com/events/4036274029803975
Please bring your own gardening gloves for the working bee.
All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by a guardian over the age of 18.
Those who are unwell on the day of the performance, display symptoms, have recently arrived from interstate, or have reason to believe they may have been in contact with a confirmed or suspected COVID case, are not able to attend this event.
For more information or any questions visit the Mudcrabs Facebook page, see their website or email firstname.lastname@example.org