Tag Archive for 'volunteer work'

Guernsey Conservation Volunteers give reeds a chance at Marais Rise

October 28th, 2012 by Richard Lord

The Guernsey Conservation Volunteers worked at Marais Rise reed bed close to Belle Greve Bay on the invigorating sunny and windy morning of Saturday 27 October 2012. The Marais Rise reed bed is States of Guernsey land that the Guernsey Conservation Volunteers work to maintain and manage. The volunteers have worked on the Marais Rise […]

State Street employees remove invasive species from L’Eree headland

October 6th, 2011 by State Street

L’Eree headland will be a more welcoming environment to native vegetation and wildlife after employees from State Street cleared sour figs, Carpobrotus edulis, which had infested the area. Twelve employees removed 2.8 metric tonnes of sour fig, a succulent plant that grows in flat spreading mounds and was introduced to Britain in the nineteenth century. […]