UPDATED ON FRIDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER — Rakes' progress, but a slight change of venue …
Also see our «Photo Album», remembering some of our activities and achievements to date.
POSTED ON FRIDAY, 3rd SEPTEMBER
On Wednesday 28th, seven of us GreenSnape members scattered orchid seeds over the Snape Marshes meadow in front of the Carnser gate — and with 500,000 seeds equal to the weight of an aspirin, we should see quite a benefit in years to come.
To enable more delicate plants like the orchids to take over from the current rush though, we really do need some more volunteers next Friday 10th from 10.30 to 12.30. We'll be raking and removing vegetation that Suffolk Wildlife Trust cut on Monday. It should be nicely dry by then, so not too strenuous.
|Orchid seed scattering, 28/9/21||Orchid seeds||Snape Marshes orchid meadow|
If you could help, it would make a big difference. You will need gloves and stout footwear. SWT will provide the traditional wooden rakes and pitchforks. Meet at the Cattle Corral at the start of the Carnser. If you can spare some time, even just an hour, please email Lesley (email@example.com).
Looking forward to seeing you there.
Best wishes, Victoria