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Portland Coastal Cliffs Inc

Posted on: 10 March 2020

Our next few working bee will be focusing in the area to the left of the path below.

We need your help to free the native plants ficina nodosa, Hairy spinifex and the Oleria ramulosa from the sea spurge. In between areas will be sprayed by the Glenelg Shire Council.

Always bring appropriate footwear, gloves, eye protection clothing to match the weather conditions and a drink bottle. Remember you must be at an organised event with one of our team leaders and signed in to the event to be covered by our insurance. Participants removing sea spurge in their own time at the beach do so at their own risk.

When: Third Sunday of each month 2-4 pm

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