Bitterbush Blue Butterfly Project: propagation workshop
Join us for an information session on the Bitterbush Blue Butterfly Project, followed by a practical bitterbush propagation workshop.
The Bringing Back the Butterflies project has been funded to assist with the reestablishment of bitterbush (adriana quadripartita), the sole habitat of the Bitterbush Blue Butterfly.
Hear from a member of the team that developed the Bitterbush Blue Action Plan.
Followed by a practical workshop where we will use cuttings to propagate some bitterbush plants for the project.
People from North West Adelaide willing to plant bitterbush at their property are especially encouraged to attend.
Limited places. Please let us know if you book and then are unable to attend.
All materials provided.
Please note that the ticket price will go to supporting the the Binging Back the Butterflies project.Please note that the Port Environment Centre building does not have accessible toilets for persons with a disability. Please don't hesitate to contact the coordinator (email@example.com) if you would like more information about accessibility at the Port Environment Centre.
The Port Environment Centre is supported by the Adelaide Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board.
Port Environment Centre
27 North Parade, Port Adelaide, South Australia 5015
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