Sunday 8th September 2019 – La Lande du Ouest (Gorselands) SSI. St Brelade – 10:30-13.00
Hope you have all had a great summer and are now ready to get stuck in to a bit of practical conservation management?
Fresh on the heels of winning the 2019 Mike Stentiford Environmental Award at Natural Jersey 2019, the Jersey Conservation Volunteers tasks start with some seed sowing .
Task We will be preparing a seed bed and sowing a mixture of autumn barley, phacelia and mustard to provide food for pollinators and birds.
If you have any questions, or if you wish to be added to the Jersey Conservation Volunteers email list, please contact either Julia Clively (tel: 441665; firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jon Parkes (tel: 483193; email@example.com).
The site La Lande du Ouest (Gorselands) SSI. (Jersey phone directory Map 12, E20) Google maps here
Parking There is some parking at the meeting point in the small car park with the interpretation board in it, off Rue de la Corbiere. Otherwise, there are alternatives including near the desalination plant and the Radio Tower at Corbiere, or better still, why not car share?
We will set off from the car park at 10.30 promptly so please arrive a little earlier. We will be finished by 13.00.
Tools needed As always, we can supply some tools, but please bring your own if you have them. A garden rake is the tool of choice for this work.
Clothing needed Good thick gloves (though we can supply a pair if you don’t have them), wellies or sturdy boots, (we will be working on rotavated soil so it could be muddy underfoot) and common sense clothes to cope with the element, we go ahead whatever the weather!
Children All are welcome, young or old although we do ask that volunteers under 16 years of age are accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments We are proud and delighted to welcome back our very own award winning Kim the Kake to provide us with hot drinks and her delicious homemade cakes after work has finished.