The Creightons Creek and Gooram Blackberry Action Group
BlackBerry Field Day
Saturday November 25th 10:00am – 1:00 pm
Commencing at the Gooram Hall (Corner of Euroa-Mansfield Rd and Sargoods Rd, 12km south of Euroa)
and then proceeding to the field day site on Stuart Cameron’s property, 2kms from the hall. Signs will be displayed.
- Demonstrations by a mulcher and by an excavator with groomer head attached
- Herbcide trial site, sprayed 5th November – see early effects
- Spraying with the marker dye
- Power point presentation (back at hall)
- Free Barbeque
RSVP and inquiries: Kerri 0418140710 or [email protected]
Click here for a flyer about the field day and event details.
A community-based organisation protecting our environmental heritage.
Click here to visit the Gooram Valley website: http://gooramvalley.org.au/
The Gooram area features fertile valleys and creek flats frequently traversed by watercourses and smaller valleys running from the steep granite ridges that characterise the Strathbogie ranges. There is evidence of ancient volcanic activity along the valley of the Seven Creeks with basalt cones visible in a number of places. Generally though, the geology features heavily weathered granite ridges and outcrops, many of which are quite striking. The Gooram Falls on the Seven Creeks is a feature of particular beauty and interest and after rain provides an impressive spectacle.
The Gooram Valley Landcare Group are currently calling for expressions of interest for re-vegetation project funding. Please see the website for details.