Last Friday evening WCNN, in conjunction with Weddin Landcare, hosted a very successful Threatened Species information evening at the Grenfell Hub featuring a presentation of the Cowra Woodland Bird Project by Neale Coutanche and a screening of Noel Cartwright's video of local Flora and Fauna.
The Brundah Mint Bush (prosanthera ovalifolia ) is one of our local threatened species being eaten by feral goats. The volunteers have been able to propagate these and other local plants to save them from being wiped out, these are available at the nursery.
The purple Hardenbergia Violaceae is a fantastic native climbing plant and the bees just love it, call into the nursery at 45 East Street weekdays from 9am – 12noon.
The Nursery is having a STREET STALL on Friday September 14. There will be a selection of native plants available for sale as well as a raffle. Money raised goes towards running costs such as water, electricity and potting mix by the pallet. By planting native species, you create habitat for our very own birds, insects and animals.