The Friends of Ernle Clark reserve began in July 2006 to care for school revegetation plantings in this area and tidy up the reserve in general.
Our main activity is a monthly working bee on the last Saturday of the month.
In Spring we hold a "Sycamore Slaughter" to get rid of young sycamore seedlings, and we also have a trapping programme underway in the Reserve.
Working bees held from 3-4pm on the last Saturday of month, except December, when it will be on Saturday 20th December.
The upcoming 22nd November working bee is "The Annual Sycamore Slaughter"!
We are an informal group that operates as a collective. The key group members have been volunteering in the reserve since it began:
Ernle Clark reserve runs along the true left of the Opawaho Heathcote river between Colombo Street and Barrington Street. There are entrance ways at the end of Ernlea Terrace, by the Barrington Street bridge round-about, at the eastern end of Studholme Street and off Thorrington St.
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