On the 26th of September a group of 34 Environmental practitioners enjoyed an educational walk through The Corridor. The group were attendees of WALGA’s field training day on ‘Plant Recognition in Natural Areas’ and represented 17 Local Governments spanning from GinGin to Bunbury. The walk started at Progress Drive where Linda Metz explained the degradation… Continue reading Practitioners Learning in The Corridor
Last Saturday morning saw a number of local residents and visitors joined a guided indigenous walk in the corridor. The walk was guided by local Nyungar woman Marissa Verma from Bindi Bindi Dreaming. Participants enjoyed the beautiful sunshine and wildflowers of the Djilba season while learning about Nyungar customs and culture including bush tucker foods… Continue reading Djilba Season Celebration
The southwestern snake-necked turtle needs your help! In a partnership with Murdoch University, the City of Cockburn and Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions we are seeking volunteers for our new Bibra Lake Turtle Trackers program from September 2019 to January 2020. Turtle Trackers will complete a training session, track nesting female turtles around Bibra… Continue reading Turtle Trackers call out!
The Rehabilitating Roe 8 2018-19 Annual Report has arrived! To view this document visit our Resources page. The Annual Report provides information a range of activities that have been undertaken as part of the Rehabilitating Roe 8 project. This includes some amazing statistics given the project is only one year old! Special thanks to the… Continue reading Rehabilitating Roe 8 Annual Report 2018-19
It was a glorious day on Sunday 14th July with over 100 people attending the community planting event within Malvolio Bushland in Coolbellup. Volunteers arrived early to help prepare for the day. A Welcome to Country was delivered by elder Marie Taylor followed by a brief introduction to the site and a planting demonstration. Two thousand… Continue reading From little things big things grow!
Sixty community members came together on Saturday 8th June to plant 2000 native plants in the corridor. North Lake Rd East Planting Site Over the past two weeks school groups and community members have volunteered their time and energy to help restore vegetation and build biodiversity values within the corridor. To date over 5000 plants have been… Continue reading Community come together!