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Winter Planting Events

Planting season is coming to an end and we are aiming to install the last few hundred plants during a Rehabilitating Roe 8 Advisory Committee planting event, where our members and affiliated stakeholders will be getting some dirt under their fingernails, as well as another small planting event with the Murdoch Roots and Shots Club.

Planting in the corridor. Image credit: Penny Graham
Planting in the corridor. Image credit: Penny Graham

A big ‘THANK YOU!’ to all who participated in our community and school planting events over the last weeks.


Spring Events

We’ve got a few exiting events in the pipeline for spring and early summer, ranging from a ‘Grab a Gladi’ weeding workshop, to nature-journaling, a Nyungar language session in the corridor, as well as our ever-popular bat night stalk!

While many consider them lovely to look at, gladiolis are an introduced, invasive weed. Join our ‘Grab a Gladi’ weeding event in spring! Image: Urban Bushland Council WA

We will also be launching our birdwatching citizen science project in collaboration with BirdLife Australia with a kick-off event before you can head out and survey birds in the corridor by yourself using the Birdata app.

Dates for all events to be announced, so watch this space and subscribe to our newsletter via the link at the bottom of the page to keep up to date!


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