Volunteers restore Pony Ridge Trail habitat

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Volunteers restore Pony Ridge Trail habitat

Trail volunteers have planted 240 trees, shrubs and grasses along the Pony Ridge Trail, Belair, over the past three months.

Volunteers meet one Saturday per month and completed a total of 168.5 hours’ trail maintenance work in the 12 months to October.

The group was joined by Unley High School Year 11 Outdoor Education students who planted 300 grasses, reeds and rushes in Blackwood Hill Reserve.

This collaborative project was part of the school’s mountain biking and environmental conservation awareness work.

Would you like to volunteer? Find out more at www.mitchamcouncil.sa.gov.au/trails or call 8372 8888.