Coral Berry, Rivina humilis, is a native of the Americas and a serious “environmental weed”. A dedicated group of volunteers has been working diligently to clear the Hundred Acres reserve of this pest. By the time that the reserve had been largely treated in the first round, the next generation of seedlings was ready to flower and the task recommenced, early in 2021. On Wednesday 28 July 2021 the group celebrated the first anniversary of its mission with special morning tea in the reserve. Contact the Society to join the crusade!

Organiser Judith Andersen at work