Wairoa Stream: Guides, Brownies and Pippins bust the weeds

March 25, 2020

 

On March 10th more than 20 Guides, Brownies and Pippins under their leader Barbara Roberts went weed busting along the Wairoa Stream boundary with Inlet Estate.

 

They made short work of hundreds of brush wattle, gorse, taiwan cherry and tobacco weed seedlings leaving it almost as weed free as a cricket pitch which really impressed the Friends of Wairoa Stream who hadn't had the resources to deal to this area.

 

This effort was the last bit of attention the stream environs will receive as normal fortnightly working bees by the Friends of Wairoa Stream have been suspended in line with current Covid19 requirements. 

 

Here are a few action shots from the day.

 

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