Our November field day was spent treating dieback susceptible trees in the Notting Hill reserve on Notting Hill Drive.

Unlike the previous month, we had good weather and with a good turnout of volunteers we were finished by morning tea time.

The photo shows Megan Stone, Environment Officer at the City of Armadale, learning the ropes from Lee Hassan.

After a lovely morning tea three determined volunteers carried on and went off with a couple of buckets of syringes to treat a small stand of jarrah trees in Holden Road.

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 how to inject you can borrow Roleybushcare’s equipment to treat your own trees. If you want to be added to our mailing list for notification of our field days then email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Morning tea is provided, giving you a chance to learn more about Roleybushcare and the work we do helping to protect our local bush reserves against dieback.

There will be no Roleybushcare field day next month with our first field day of 2019 on Sunday 10th February in the Glebe reserve, Roleystone.

Megan and Lee 3