Army Saints clear Little Toti River again

2015-11-25 06:23
Army Saints, Derrick Mansefield, Brett Konig, Hugh Barber and Bronwyn Turner clear water lettuce from the Little Toti River.

Army Saints, Derrick Mansefield, Brett Konig, Hugh Barber and Bronwyn Turner clear water lettuce from the Little Toti River.

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THE Army Saints have once again been hard at work, cleaning up the Little Toti River.
Every Sunday morning, this small band of volunteers spend hours on the back- breaking task of clearing out the thick mat of water lettuce, an invasive alien plant.

Effluent from sources further upstream in the river causes rapid growth that requires constant clearing.

The Army Saints welcome residents who would like to assist with this huge task.

For more information, check their Facebook page Army Saints Sapphire Coast. - Barbra d’Engle.

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