It's school holidays and no greater time than now to be out enjoying the glimpses of sunshine. While your looking for your next adventure consider taking a stroll through the beautiful wildlife corridor. With easy to access to limestone tracks in sections of the corridor stretching from North Lake reserve through to Coolbellup grab the… Continue reading #corridorlife your story
Sunday morning was bathed in glorious sunshine as 30 volunteers attended the first community planting event in the corridor for the winter. There was much excitement as people arrived eager to plant native trees and shrubs within the Malvolio Rd (also known as North Lake Rd West) section of the corridor. Volunteers from as far… Continue reading Volunteer green thumbs up!
Winter rains have come at the perfect time as installation of native plants within the corridor commences this week. Over 71,000 tubestock will be planted into the corridor this year across seven areas from Bibra Drive through to Stock Rd. Planting site North Lake Rd East Community Planting Events-Back on! It is with great excitement… Continue reading Planting works underway
It's not often you can say that timing is perfect but that's the case with recent rainfall amounts in Perth ideal for the commencement of the 2020 planting season. Planning for this year's revegetation program has been on-going since September last year when seed collection and plant propagation started. It takes many months to collect… Continue reading Rain welcome as planting season looms
We know the social distancing restrictions have had an immediate impact on delivering many community engagement activities and events. While this has been disappointing we are working at finding alternative ways to engage with the community. This is a great time to expand our online engagement and we are busy looking into delivering online webinars… Continue reading Community engagement COVID style
The western most section of the Rehabilitating Roe 8 reserve is now more secure. Fencing works have been completed with a perimeter fence now providing additional protection to this Tuart woodland community. Pedestrian access points have been provided to encourage walkers through the site. Regular litter pick ups and weed control activities will be continuing.… Continue reading Fencing works complete