Winners of the Photographic Competition

Winners of the Photographic Competition

Winners included (left to right) Hugh Goodfellow (first and third prizes), Peter Wilkinson (highly commended) and Justine Barratt (highly commended). The quality of the entries overall was very...
Planting on the creek bank

Planting on the creek bank

Catchment Coordinator Melinda McLean is coordinating the planting team on Sunday 29 October, to wind up the Butterfly Festival. Kate Jones MP, State Member for Ashgrove, is ready to start the...
Kate Jones, keen supporter of SOWN

Kate Jones, keen supporter of SOWN

In her maiden speech for the Queensland Parliament newly elected member for Ashgrove, Kate Jones MP, paid tribute to Save Our Waterways Now (SOWN) for the work carried out protecting and restoring habitat along the creeks in the Enoggera catchment. Here she is...
Kris Martin, weaving with weeds Workshop

Kris Martin, weaving with weeds Workshop

Kris Martin from Weaving Wizardry, taught 10 participants to weave large baskets out of the dreaded cats claws. The Cats Claw was collected by SOWN members at Riaweena St, The Gap. Weaving with weeds was provided by Brisbane City Council, Active and Healthy Parks...
Indigenous games workshop

Indigenous games workshop

Indigenous games was conducted Kaava Watson from Blackbase. BlackBase is a not-for-profit organisation reintroducing these games, teaching them in Queensland’s schools and to Indigenous kids on the streets as part of its role to assist and support Aboriginal...
Rock Climbing workshop

Rock Climbing workshop

Rock Climbing was very popular activity at the Butterfly Festival. Rock Climbing was a activity provided by Brisbane City Council, Active Parks program. This activity was was provided by Active Parks program. Active Parks is a Brisbane City Council program that...