Conservationists plant 2000 new plants along dunes at Trigg Beach


Rae Kolb, Georgina Lambert, Walter Kolb, Doug Field
Rae Kolb, Georgina Lambert, Walter Kolb, Doug Field

A DEDICATED team of conservationists braved last week’s windy weather to plant more than 2000 new plants at Trigg beach.

Stirling Natural Environment Coastcare (SNEC) volunteers are working to restore the coastal dunes and biodiversity of Trigg dunes.

SNEC convener Rae Kolb said the Government-funded planting project was the third stage and year of intensive work to lift the level of visible management of dunes in the southern entrance to the City.

“The project, funded in late December 2015, has another 4,600 plants going into the dunes along the dunes adjacent to West Coast Highway, south Scarborough which started on Wednesday ,” she said.