Thanks Cactus Warriors, Guest Speaker and AGM

By Celebrations, Latest News
Guest speaker Greg Lefoe informs the cactus warriors about the wonders of biocontrol. The Tarrangower Cactus Control Group sincerely thanks all our community members, volunteers and landowners, who have helped us to destroy many more Wheel Cactus plants during 2018. Whatever your contribution, cooking delicious food or injecting plants, it...
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2018 Annual General Meeting Sunday November 25th

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Cactus Warriors celebrate with Guest Speaker and Lunch The Cactus Warriors have achieved abundant destruction again this past year. Thanks to many tenacious volunteers and landowners, countless more Wheel Cactus plants are dead. The Tarrangower Cactus Control Group would like to thank and reward all ‘warriors’ for their dedicated work…

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Alarming article encouraging Cacti cultivation!

By Cactus, Control
Fellow Cactus Warriors Have you seen the latest issue of RACV's Royal Auto magazine? It contains an alarming article promoting the sale and cultivation of cacti! Online here: https://indd.adobe.com/view/e082e5e2-b0a2-40f6-ac67-487a06376210 We will send a letter to the editor with some facts and a photo, from Tarrangower Cactus Control Group. We're sending...
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October 2018 Community Field Day

By Field Days
Our last Community Field Day for this year is on Sunday 28th October, starting at 10:30am. Come and join us for a morning in the fresh air and learn how best to destroy Wheel Cactus. The location is 142 Whitlock’s Rd., Maldon. To get there, follow South Parkins Reef Road...
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Grinners are still Winners

By Awards, Celebrations
National Landcare Community Group Award 2018 The Tarrangower Cactus Control Group was awarded the Victorian Fairfax Media Landcare Community Group Award in 2017 and so automatically became the  Victorian State representative in the National award this year. Four members of the group (Lee, Ian, Tony and Jan, all long term...
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It is always a good day to kill cactus!

By Field Days
It was a glorious day for killing cactus for our September field day. Thanks to Steve and Julie-anne for asking us to help them out. Steve and Julie-anne have recently purchased their property and soon realised they couldn’t do it by themselves. They have attended every field day so far...
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Next Field Day 30 September 2018

By Field Days
Through the cooler months of the year the cactus warriors have been busy updating their website. For those that haven’t visited yet, they will find that we have freshened the website to make it easier to navigate. You will find articles on the activities of cactus warriors, information about Wheel...
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August Field Day Sunday 26th

By Field Days
Monash Uni Students help fight our Cactus War   Last month a group of students from Monash University spent a few days in Maldon to help us wage the war on Wheel Cactus. This very enthusiastic group of students from Monash University Biological Society travelled here during their midyear holidays...
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Please Vote for the Cactus Warriors

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TCCG's current & past Presidents Lee & Ian at Government House receiving the Victorian Landcare Fairfax Community Group 2017 Award Last September the Tarrangower Cactus Control Group volunteers were declared the Victorian Landcare Fairfax Community Group of 2017.  As a result, we will be representing Victoria at the 2018 National...
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July Community Field Day

By Field Days
29 July 2018 Poster Our next Community Field Day is on Sunday 29th July, starting at 10:30am. Come and join us for a morning in the fresh air and learn how best to destroy Wheel Cactus. The location this month is in Cook’s Lane, about 5 kms north of Maldon....
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June 24th Field Day

By Field Days
Our next Community Field Day is on Sunday 24th June, starting at 10:30am. Come and join us for a morning in the fresh air and learn how best to destroy Wheel Cactus. The location this month is in Lakey’s Road, Shelbourne, along the old railway line, about 12 kms north...
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