The scope of the site
This photos shows the creek, elephant grass on the right, and the prepared area on the left ready for planting.
The Kiwanis group have a site about 500m upstream. They came down to help out with the Arbour Day planting.
From left to right Habitat Brisbane’s Tom McHugh, Catchment Coordinator Peter Hayes, Councillor Peter Matic and just visible on the right Ithaca intact Coordinator Kristy Willett.
Tom showing how it’s done
Tom McHugh helping the volutneers with the planting techniques.
Kristy with local family
The kids were having a great time.
Marist Brothers Boarders
Thanks to the Marist Brothers team who worked hard and were responsible for planting a large proprtion of the tubes.
The site, looking downstream
Anne Jones on the brow of the hill where the Council had mulched the site.
Scott and Annie’s site
This is the view down the creek in the area where Scott and Annie, the local SOWN members, have revegetated the creek. Today’s planting extended their work upstream.