We want to hear from you!
The Rehabilitating Roe 8 project invites community feedback on the rehabilitation and community engagement activities being undertaken in the corridor.
This is your chance to answer a brief questionnaire and provide feedback on community participation, what you want to see in the corridor and how you feel you’ve been a part of it.
It is also our chance to see what we need to improve.
We look forward to hearing from you!
2021 Community Open Day
12 June 2021, 9am-1pm @ Len Packham Hall, Coolbellup
Join us for a great morning at the Len Packham Hall to celebrate the rehabilitation efforts within the Roe 8 corridor. You will have the opportunity to meet us face-to-face, ask questions, share ideas and have your say about what matters to you in the corridor.
We have lined up a bunch of exciting interactive stalls at this year’s family-friendly Community Open Day. Let Marrisa from Bindi Bindi Dreaming introduce you to bushtucker and increase your knowledge about local weeds and plants led by Diana Corbyn from the Wildflower Society. To keep your little ones’ minds exploring, Eco Action will bring a range of little critters to interact with and will help you to build your own, DIY native bee hotel you can take home.
All activities are free and we’ve also got you covered with Free Barista Coffee from Grey Means Well, so put this event in your diary and forget to pop by!
We cant wait to see you there!
We have launched the #corridorlife campaign to celebrate the rehabilitation efforts of our volunteers and community, plus the natural values within the Wildlife Corridor. We want you to share your stories, favourite places, experiences, or just what you love about the Corridor. Find out more at #corridorlife.