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Next Working Bee

8 September 2019

Rotary Park

 

 

        

 Annual working bee program for 2019:

March 3: Fire Station; April 7: Rotary Park; May 5: High School creek; June 2: Taroona Park; July 7: Fire Station planting; July 28; National Tree Day; September 8: Rotary Park; October 6; Hinsby-Ralph's Gully; November 3; Crayfish Point; December 8; End of year BBQ

 

What is TEN?

The Taroona Environment Network is a local volunteer Landcare group formed in 1997 to protect and restore the biodiversity of Taroona's foreshore and adjoining gully reserves. Our work is endorsed by Kingborough Council's Bushcare Unit.

What does TEN do?

Monthly working bees to weed and plant are held at different sites along the foreshore. View our Working Bee Calendar below or see Events for upcoming bees. We also organise seasonal walkabouts - guided walks by local experts on various topics.

The day-to-day work of TEN is voluntary and includes maintaining our work sites, organising community events and providing expertise to community members (eg schools and individuals). For major projects we seek financial support from grants and donations.

Publications

Three publications from TEN are available for download here:

How can I join?

You can become a financial member of TEN for just $5.00 per calendar year. Tax deductible donations are also gratefully received. 

New volunteers wanted! We are always on the lookout for new active members to join us at our working bees and on our committee. So if you'd like to become a member/renew your membership, make a donation or join us at our walkabout or working bees, email us at:  info@ten.org.au or come to our next event and introduce yourself!

See our Membership page for details of our committee and of how to join become a member of TEN.

 

Gustaaf Hallegraeff (TEN President) is interviewed by Taroona High students Ollie Mackay and Emily Duncombe.

                                                                                                                             
       

"One of the first things I did when I moved to Taroona was to get involved with the work of TEN. I've learned so much and find it very rewarding to do something meaningful for my local community. And I've met many wonderful people along the way." (TEN member).