Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
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The Armidale Urban Rivercare Group (AURG) was established in 2001 after a number of years lobbying by local residents for rehabilitation work to be undertaken on Dumaresq Creek.

The primary objective of the AURG was to re-establish native vegetation along some sections of the creek line, and in the process of doing this, remove extensive areas of woody weeds such as privet, willow and poplars. The AURG holds regular working bees with community members, working to a plan to rehabilitate and maintain Dumaresq Creek. With a core group of ten to twenty members, working bees regularly attract numbers of between 30 and 50 people, sometimes in excess of 100.

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AURG maintenance on flood damage caused late June

[ Sunday, 13 Aug; 8:30 am; ] The maintenance working bee will be on the northern side of Dumaresq Creek opposite Northcott Street. We have had a fair bit of flood damage with a high flood on 29th June and we plan to replace damaged cartons, do essential weeding and apply rock mulch to replace the mulch lost with the flooding. Of interest, […] full article »

Next AURG working bee off Erskine Street adjacent to Phil Wheaton Field

[ Sunday, 14 May; 8:30 am; ] The AURG is holding the next Working Bee on Sunday 14th May, 2017. Good news – Armidale Regional Council has approved $35,000 for Rehabilitation of Dumaresq Creek from Canambe Street to Cookes Road. This is a joint between AURG and ATG to rehabilitate this section of the creek and the section of Yagoona Gully adjacent to […] full article »