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!
A Channel 9 interview with Murdoch PHD student Anthony Santoro and Jane Chambers from NatureLink Perth. ⇒ Take a look here
Organised by Conservation Volunteers Australia, 7 corporate groups including Woodside and BHP joined the World Environment Day Tree Planting Challenge on June 5th within the Rehabilitating Roe 8 Corridor. The teams planted a total of 1900 native flora species over the North Lake East Management zone. Thank you to all participants for making this planting… Continue reading World Environment Day
Sometimes surprises happen when you least expect it. Volunteers who were hand weeding and mapping last week made a pleasant discovery finding a plant that hadn't been seen much in the area. Several individuals of Petrophile brevifolia were identified within the S7 site. The mapping works will assist with identifying Banksias and Tuarts within the site. … Continue reading Vollies make a find!
In an effort to protect the Oblong Turtle and it's nesting areas around the corridor PhD student from Murdoch University, Anthony Santoro will be working with City of Cockburn staff to install nesting cages in key locations around Bibra Lake and North Lake. These nesting cages will help protect eggs from predation by foxes and… Continue reading Turtles stick their necks out!