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Last Saturday twenty eight people attended the Insect Insights event as part of the Rehabilitating Roe 8 project. At the event Professor Jonathan Majer talked attendees through the number of ants species in WA over 800! The value of ants and other insects in ecosystem function and also the role they play as bio-indicators in… Continue reading I’ll be bugged!
The Gardening Australia segment :"Righting the Wrongs" was aired last Friday night. The segment was well received by many who were involved in the protests and who are now looking to see the recovery of this special site. If you missed it view here. Community Feedback Sessions This coming week two community engagement sessions will be run… Continue reading Righting the wrongs
The Rehabilitating Roe 8 project is about bringing both the rehabilitation of the land and the community together. As such we need your help. A community satisfaction survey and engagement tool will be developed to help better inform how we need to keep talking to you. An Aboriginal Community workshop will be held on Wednesday 27th March… Continue reading Community feedback sought
The inaugural Rehabilitating Roe 8 E-newsletter will be launched on Monday 11th March 2019 and will provide a snap shot of current activities, events and volunteer opportunities within the corridor. To receive a copy of this E-newsletter simply follow the link here and sign up. We hope to keep you all informed about what's happening… Continue reading Spreading the message!
Thanks again to the efforts of a team of dedicated volunteers and Cockburn Community Wildlife Corridor bushcare team member Diana Corbyn, a number of large woody weeds were controlled within the North Lake Rd East site. The woody weeds consisting mainly of Geraldton Wax, Queensland Sliver Wattle and Victorian Coastal Tea Tree were cut down… Continue reading Weeds take a walk!