Red Rocks Coast Care

 

 

Red Rocks Coast Care

PICS joined the Coast Action movement in 1996, taking responsibility for the popular Red Rocks foreshore area.

Since then we have acquired several grants which have allowed us to employ contractors to build staircase access ways. We have also removed many weeds, large and small, and planted thousands of indigenous plants. Rubbish removal is a regular job.

John Eddy has been the Red Rocks Coast Care co-ordinator since 2006, and has introduced current Occupational Health and Safety practices, and, under his guidance, several thousand indigenous plants have gone in.

John head regular working bees throughout the year removing weeds, planting trees and regular removal of rubbish.

We are always looking for volunteers to help keep this area an enjoyable place for families and safe for local wildlife.

Working bees are held on a Sunday at regular intervals through out the year from 10am-12pm.

 

If you are interested in lending a hand, check our the EVENTS page for the next working bee or contact John via our contacts page.