Bulimba Creek Catchment
Creating a web of green
By Bulimba Creek, Oct 18 2014 09:28AM
Arbor Day was celebrated on the 16th of October at Tingalpa State School. The plants will enhance the squirrel glider corridor around the edge of the oval. Bulimba Creek Catchment assisted with site preparation and supervision for the planting of 160 trees, shrubs and grasses. The children had a great time planting and have tagged their own plants with their names. They are very keen to water their special plants and will watch them closely. Bulimba Creek Environment Fund is sponsoring the labour and 60 plants, with Council supplying 100.
By Bulimba Creek, Oct 18 2014 09:25AM
West Moreton Landcare Group president Bob Hampson has been working with a group of Japanese agriculture and horticulture students through University of Queensland. Bob arranged for the students to visit Queensport Rocks Park at Murarrie and the Oxbow at Hemmant for them to see the work that Bulimba Creek catchment and Brisbane Catchments Network have done to transform these areas. The students will be returning in November to do some weed control and ecological tour to experience more of our natural areas.
By Bulimba Creek, Oct 14 2014 08:06AM
Volunteers Kevin and Jennifer ready to talk to locals about the variety of activities B4C has on offer. A great day for hundreds of people to learn more about the environment.
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