Conservation Volunteers Australia help to revegetate Enoggera Creek
Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) local and international volunteers braved the rain and humidity to give a much needed helping hand to local SOWN volunteers at Riaweena Street just days before Christmas. Over three days up to Christmas eve, the volunteers planted 900 native groundcovers and riparian trees along the bikepath and road adjacent to Enoggera Creek, extending the existing revegetation site. They worked through the rain to get the plants in and enjoyed a Christmas eve morning tea of cupcakes and sticky buns.
Riaweena St stretches from the corner of Payne Rd and School Rd to the back of the Gap High School and is one of the most well established of the SOWN sites, with some plantings going back to the mid 1980s.
Many thanks to the CVA Brisbane office staff and team leader Antony for providing the valuable volunteer labour to help with the revegetation of Enoggera Creek.
Emily Brash (Enoggera Catchment Creek Ranger) – If you have a site in the catchment in need of extra volunteers, let the Enoggera Creek Ranger, Emily Brash, know about it by emailing or calling her on 0437 637 932.
If you have a site in the catchment in need of extra volunteers, let the Enoggera Creek Ranger, Emily Brash, know about it by emailing or calling her on 0437 637 932.
CVA volunteers planting at Riaweena Street
CVA volunteer with Christmas cupcakes