This coming Sunday, June 2nd, the McLaren Vale Biodiversity Project will be planting at Willunga Creek. Now in its fifth year, this group has gathered momentum thanks to partnerships with government and industry. The brainchild of local grape growers Geoff Hayter and Jock Harvey, it brings together the Friends of Willunga Basin, Natural Resources Management and the McLaren Vale wine industry.
If you would like to help out on this fun day, with lots of enthusiastic folk, then advise Wendy Hansen at firstname.lastname@example.org , including individual names, contact numbers, email addresses and any dietary requirements. She will give you further details.
Where possible the Friends of Glenthorne will car pool to save cost and the environment.
If you want to give your opinon on the proposed Marion Council's bylaws on Cat Curfew, then visit www.MakingMarion.com.au/cat-reform to read what the reforms are about, and what the Marion Council proposes to change.
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