Planting at Gravel Pit May 2017

This report and photographs are from Peter May from Logan City Council Bushcare, whose team has done a fantastic job supporting local residents who are keenly involved in protecting and maintaining the wider Plunkett Regional Park area.

On the 7th May, 15 community and environmentally conscientious volunteers came along to Plunkett Regional Park to undertake a restoration planting.

This planting continued on from the last two plantings undertaking by the Friends of Plunkett. They are community support group committed to preserving, maintaining and protecting Plunkett Regional Park and adjoining protected estates.

And this planting was another fantastic example of what can be achieved when the community comes together to help save local bushland.

The volunteers all helped to plant nearly 1000 plants to restore this important area.

It is just over 12 months since the last community planting in the park and all of these are growing extremely well despite the area being extremely rocky and the soil very compacted.

Thanks to all who attended and rolled up their sleeves and gave up some of their free time to help out.

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