We had a warm and sunny spring day on Sunday 9th of September to restart this year’s dieback injecting program.

A good crowd of 25 volunteers spent the morning treating the Winstanley reserve in Roleystone.  Thanks once again to the Environmental Resources Management team for sending an enthusiastic group of volunteers to help with the work of filling syringes and injecting the trees.

If you are new to dieback treatment then Roleybushcare field days are an ideal opportunity to find out how it works. Volunteers are always welcome and once you know the ropes you can borrow Roleybushcare’s equipment to inject your own jarrah and banksia trees.

Roleybushcare’s next field day will be on Sunday 14th October when we will be injecting trees against dieback in the small Quenda reserve in Roleystone.

We start at 9.00am and finish around noon. The meeting place will be in Glebe Road, Roleystone. Look out for the Roleybushcare trailer and signs. More information and a map can be found on our website.

The morning tea will be provided by the Anglican Church, giving you a chance to meet the congregation. You can also learn more about Roleybushcare and the work we do in helping to protect our local bush reserves against dieback.

Note: If the weather is unsafe we will cancel so please check the website on the morning of the field day at 8.00am for any cancellation notice or ring Tim on 0431 424 199.

Preparing to start treating Winstanley Reserve