‘Therapy’ at our next Community Field Day

By September 17, 2017Field Days

Everyone who’s tried killing Wheel Cactus agrees; it’s very therapeutic! Say goodbye to the winter blues and release all your tensions. There’s something rather satisfying gained from jabbing the injector into the pads of these noxious weeds, and very meditative wandering amongst the picturesque surroundings. Combined with the sheer pleasure of being out in the elements and gazing around at our stunning, local landscapes, the whole ‘cactus warrior’ experience leaves you feeling a ‘revamped’ person. So why not come and try it; it’s totally free!

The Tarrangower Cactus Control Group and Parks Victoria invite all folk, especially the tense and frazzled ones, to experience the benefits and joy of being a ‘cactus warrior’. The second last Wheel Cactus Community Field Day for this year will be held on Sunday 24th September, so don’t miss out on our next ‘therapy’ session.

The location is a few kms south of Maldon at a property on Greenhill Bridge Rd. (this time opposite the olive farm) and will be well signposted along South Parkins Reef Rd. The morning’s activities will begin at 10:30 am and end with an enjoyable BBQ and friendly chat. These events are family friendly, but children must be accompanied by a parent at all times.

Don’t forget, if you have an old injector gun that no longer works, please bring it back to us and we’ll swap it for a working model. If you can’t make it to our next field day, call or text Jan on 0400 973 528 and she’ll organise a drop-off or pick-up.