President James von Doussa says

“I can remember back at the beginning of the group’s formation my first “working bee” as called back then. The cut African Boxthorn bushes were piled up 2-3 meters high in multiple locations from the group’s hard work. Nowadays it’s more of a hunt to find them and they are usually only around a meter high, a lot smaller than the giants back at the beginning. The difference in the landscape now is very notable, a show of the effectiveness of the friends weed eradication over the last 25 years.”  On their latest visit they discovered a species never before recorded on Althorpe. Aprasia striolata- the Striated Worm Lizard (see photo above).    Read more of their achievements here