Working Bee 17 May 2015

Another great turnout on the weekend with the community rallying together to rehabilitate degraded sites in the Plunkett/wickham protected areas.

It was Wickham National Park’s turn this time to get a makeover with 330 native trees/shrubs/grasses planted, exclusion fencing installed, signage installed and rubbish removed.

Ken from Beaudesert Trail Riders showing of his planting and fencing skills.

Ken from Beaudesert Trail Riders showing of his planting and fencing skills.

Ranger Bruce and Twin Rivers 4WD club members having a good time fencing and planting.

Ranger Bruce and Twin Rivers 4WD club members having a good time fencing and planting.

Park neighbour Trisha planting native grasses.

Park neighbour Trisha planting native grasses.

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Park neighbour Frank installing tree guards to prevent wallabies from eating trees and shrubs.

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Karen and Ian from Twin Rivers planting up degraded Steele Creek banks.

Karen and Ian from Twin Rivers planting up degraded Steele Creek banks.

BBQ action after all the hard work!

BBQ action after all the hard work!

All this good work will help the park recover from previous impacts in a much shorter time frame.

A big thanks for all the efforts put in on the weekend.

 

 

 

 

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