Drink and lunch in exchange for help
Passel Estate is offering a complimentary lunch and glass of wine in exchange for help with planting native species along the creek at the winery.
The nature conservation morning will begin at 10am next Thursday.
The aim is to create a better environment for native wildlife.
Winery owner Wendy Stimpson said the focus was on “improving the existing bushland to create a more ideal haven for the wildlife found at the estate, including western ringtail possums, quendas and black cockatoos”.
“The name Passel Estate was inspired by, and refers to, the family of western ringtail possums that were rescued and released onto the property after being injured and displaced by the 2011 bushfires in Margaret River,” she said.
“We have been working with a number of local wildlife rescue and rehabilitation groups and have since released three more western ringtail possums into our bushland sanctuary at the estate.”
All equipment will be be provided, and volunteers will be rewarded with a glass of wine and lunch at the winery’s tasting room afterwards.
RSVPs are needed by Monday via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 9717 6241.
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