Volunteers tasked with removing invasive plantation Tasmanian blue gum seedlings

Updated July 13 2021 - 7:31am, first published 12:34am
WEED VOLUNTEERS: Some of the volunteers tackling the problem of invasive Tasmanian blue gum seedlings that have sprung up around Kangaroo Island's burned timber plantations. Photo supplied

Native plant regeneration on Kangaroo Island will get a boost following the 2019/20 bushfires with team of volunteers joining the fight to uproot invasive Tasmanian blue gum seedlings.



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