Keep up to date with the latest information and stories from the Roe 8 corridor. The latest E-newsletter has just been released and inside you'll find information on the recent planting events, the vegetation monitoring completed by Murdoch University, a summary of the fauna monitoring and all new events. Sign up today by clicking on… Continue reading Rehabilitating Roe 8 E-newsletter just out!
Djilba—season of conception. Djilba is a transitional time of the year where we experience some very cold and clear days combining with warmer, rainy and windy days mixing with the occasional sunny day or two. The corridor is bursting with colour and now is a fabulous time to take in some spring wildflowers while… Continue reading Festival of colour
Biomonitoring International has just completed and published a survey of ants and other invertebrates along the Roe 8 corridor. Information on these animals can tell us much about the progress of rehabilitation in this impacted area. Ant species richness was marginally higher in the reference sites but ant abundance was higher in the cleared sites.… Continue reading Insect insights makes international stage
The results from the Rehabilitating Roe 8 Community Questionnaire are in. The questionnaire was designed to help inform how the project is progressing against the community engagement and involvement objectives within the Rehabilitating-Roe-8-Rehabilitation-Management-Plan(Emerge 2018). The key areas data was collected on was: Demographics Project Awareness Satisfaction Logo/Branding Involvement Importance… Continue reading Community questionnaire outcomes
Last Saturday community spirits were high as volunteers came together to enjoy a morning of planting and chatting. Planting events are so much more than just plants in the ground. The events give people a chance to meet others in the community, share experiences and get some exercise. Several volunteers had not attended planting events… Continue reading Community spirit in action!
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