This month it was Tradding with a difference.
With one of the group doing a painting course, it appeared several members also have artistic talents.
Nathan, for example, showed an impressive portfolio of botanical drawings at morning tea.
And then it was back to the Trad.
The Trad campaign continued, but everyone still seems keen to don the gloves and do battle with the green enemy.
And progress is being made, with the park revealing some surprises – emerging Bleeding Hearts, and Liz (of course) unearthing some “truffles”.
First there was the bushfire break, and then the COVID-19 break. So it was great to get back to Else-Mitchell again after all the disruptions.
The happy group, social distancing of course, got stuck into some serious Trad work after learning about the new COVID-19 ways of working. Sanitise!
At morning tea, officer Nathan shared his extensive knowledge of eucalypts and the history of the local area.
It was terrific to join together again to help the park in its battle against Trad.