IMPORTANT NOTICE: All Bushcare group activities have been put on hold as part of community efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus in Tasmania. Effective immediately this means our autumn working bees and Trackcare dig days will not proceed until further notice.
We’ll keep you posted on developments via our Bushcare Update emails, so make sure you sign up to receive them!
We will also post regular updates on our Facebook page and plan to have our volunteers back in the field as soon as it is safe to do so.
If you are a registered Working-Alone Bushcare volunteer you can continue working alone.
Keep up to date with the latest Bushcare information:
- To receive emails with the latest copy of the Bandicoot Times, Bushcare Working Bee Program and Bush Adventures Program
- Volunteers can receive updates on volunteer-related information by subscribing to the City of Hobart Bushcare News.
- Subscribe to the Trackcare group mailing list.
- Like Bushcare on Facebook.
The Bandicoot Times details the latest happenings in Hobart's bush, promoting a greater connection between the community and Hobart's bushland areas by raising awareness of the Bushcare program.
The community are most welcome to submit articles about local flora, fauna and relevant bushland issues. These will be considered for publication by the editor. Submit an article.
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