Powerline pruning by Western Power contractor has been completedWeed control ongoing, slowed down by rain and Covid effected contractor staffA dead flame tree near the end of Tait Place is being assessed. There is a risk of limbs falling on people, path and/or fence. Smaller branches to be mulched and trunk/large limbs left for habitat.… Continue reading Land Management and Works Update
Community members joined local Whadjuk Noongar artist Sharyn Egan to learn about traditional animal totems and the importance to the Noongar community and were given the chance to create their own totems! The totems were created using straw and wool, providing attendees an opportunity to connect to country and discover binding and wrapping techniques. Attendees… Continue reading Noongar Weaving Workshop
An exciting school day for the students from Perth Waldorf School joining in for a day of planting. All the students did a wonderful job and contributed towards the rehabilitation of the Roe 8 corridor. A total of 700 seedlings were planted by the students in North Lake Road East section of the corridor on… Continue reading Perth Waldorf School – Planting Day
Beautiful weather in the corridor, with rains holding off for our first community planting event of the season. We were joined by 25 local community members and City of Cockburn councillor - Philip Eva. 1,200 seedlings were planted at Matilda Birkett Reserve (part of the Forrest Road North zone) on Saturday 11 June. Be sure… Continue reading First Community Planting Day for 2022
A group of people joined Belinda Cox, a Kangeang/Biblemen Noongar woman (Yorga) from Djirrily Dreaming. Experiencing booja (land) through Aboriginal eyes, and learning about bush plants, medicines and their ancient healing properties. Belinda guided locals on a Noongar journey, walking through the corridor while learning about Aboriginal culture. She discussed the hundreds of language types… Continue reading Guided Aboriginal Walk
Seven signs in the Rehabilitating Roe 8 corridor have been reskinned. The updated signs now show the eight habitat types in the corridor, which was not previously the case. We hope this educates the public on the complexity and value of this land. New signage in the corridor representing the 8 habitat types. Location: Stock… Continue reading New Signage in the Corridor!