New boot cleaning stations have been installed at a number of pedestrian entry points within the corridor. Managing Dieback is a priorty for any sites that have susceptible flora such and Banksia and Jarrah woodlands. This week volunteers from Conservation Volunteers helped to install boot cleaning stations. These stations will allow people to easily clean their boots from mud and sand as they enter and leave the reserve.
Signs will be installed providing information on Dieback and how you can help stop the spread. Currently there is no confirmed out break of Dieback in the corridor but prevention is better than cure.
To find out more information contact Rehabilitating Roe 8 Project Manager