Construction of the Coastal Native Foods Plants Labyrinth is now underway at Roy Marten Reserve, with the labyrinth marked out and construction of paths and laying of irrigation due to start soon.
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield is managing the project, with funds secured by ECF, from Green Adelaide and Council.
ECF and Learning with Labyrinths are collaborating on this project and have formed an unincorporated Friends group Labyrinths on LeFevre. The Friends group will take responsibility for planting and caring for the Coastal Native Food Plants. The intent is to plant on World Environment Day, Sunday June 5th.
Labyrinth on LeFevre are offering a guided Mangrove-inspired Labyrinth Walk on Sunday June 19th, with Port Environment Centre, as part of the celebrations of Adelaide as the world’s second National Park City.
For more information about Labyrinth on LeFevre projects and to join the Friends group contact Louise at [email protected]