The Coastal Sand Dune Rehabilitation Project is a new project that is contributing to the maintenance, restoration and enhancement of the coastal dune system and Biodiversity Park on LeFevre Peninsula. The aim of the project is to increase biodiversity through re-vegetation, weed and pest control, and to create a coastal and coast to river biodiversity link over time.
A series of 10 community weeding days will be run during 2021 / 2022 as part of the Coastal Sand Dune Rehabilitation Project and cover the stretch of coast between Semaphore and North Haven, plus head inland to Biodiversity Park. You can see the fill list of dates and locations here. On 3 October we will be working at North Haven.
This is a great way to get up close to our local environment, learn more about these special places and play your part in protecting them. These sessions, facilitated by Trees for Life, are a great introduction. You will help to remove small and easy to manage weeds.
Please register to attend these FREE community sessions, so we can manage event attendance.
This project is an initiative of Semaphore Largs Dunes Group, Taperoo Dunes Group, Friends of North Haven Sand Dunes, Port Adelaide resident's Environment Protection Group (PAREPG) and the City of Port Adelaide Enfield.
This project is funded by Green Adelaide and the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. The project has received funding from the Green Adelaide Grassroots Grants program which aims to support wide ranging efforts by individuals and groups to maintain and improve their local environment.
Port Environment Centre is pleased to be supporting this great, local, volunteer driven project.