East Augusta Foreshore Friends (EAFF) conduct activities on the eastern shores of the Blackwood River and Southern Ocean on Pibelmen Country.
EAFF work in coastal reed beds (a listed Threatened Ecological Community) and Peppermint Woodlands (home to a number of threatened species such as the Western Ringtail Possum, Rakali and migratory shorebirds).
The group focus on protecting the habitat values of the area through activities such as weed control, clean-up events and environmental education. EAFF welcomes anyone keen to help protect and conserve this special place at the tip of southwest WA.
Meet: By notice (volunteers are emailed two weeks prior to activities).
Location: East Augusta
To get involved contact [email protected]