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Littlegrove Sydney wattle busy bee coming up Feb 20th

Gone into weedy wattle withdrawal over the new year? Never fear, busy bees are back! Come help us get on top of a significantly manageable infestation which will protect bushland on the property and in nearby Torndirrup national park. Morning tea, lunch and tea/coffee will be provided, please RSVP to Rosie Smith, Green Skills Albany […]

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Weedy Wattles project smells like two-stroke

Green Skills Inc staff Rosie Smith, Aaron Banks and Dylan Lehmann were out and about at Montgomery’s Hill vineyard near Albany last week, giving a large stand of Sydney golden wattle some much-needed chainsaw therapy. Ably assisted by the vineyard’s new owner and his family, the team worked hard to clear a wattle infestation threatening […]

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Free Colouring In Pages!

Download your free colouring in pages as a PDF in our Resources section. We have two available, featuring two of the most significant environmental weeds of the Great Southern WA region: Sydney Golden Wattle and Holly Leaf Senecio. Here are the specific links for the PDF files: Wattle or Senecio. These projects are both supported […]

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Green Army Programme Comes to a Close

Green Army Programme Comes to a Close

81 participants have graduated through the Green Skills local Green Army programme, supported by Conservation Volunteers Australia and the Federal Government. The Green Army teams traversed the great southern region from Frankland River in the west, Bremer Bay in the East and up to Gnowangerup in the north. The Albany and Denmark based projects have now come to […]

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Senecio Think Tank

Senecio Think Tank

The Green Skills Albany office held a Think Tank workshop on Monday 16th October with the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and City of Albany to discuss eradicating and /or containing Senecio glastifolius to the Albany region.   Strategies include: maintenance and follow control programs for new developments and fire management practice sites […]

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