Apr / May 2018 E-news

Welcome to our April 2018 – May 2018 E-news

Elanda Plains is in the Bag!

by Steve Husband, Projects Manager

Our largest planting project to date – the 30 hectare, 300,000 tree revegetation planting at Elanda Plains – reached a major milestone on Wednesday 21 March. On that rainy, muggy day the last remaining unplanted area was planted by four trainees from our Skilling Queenslanders for Work team. This was their first day planting and the conditions were challenging.

Splashing through mud, drenched by showers, accompanied by fish swimming in drains and millions of cane toadlets, the crew planted the very last tree into unplanted ground just before lunch. Richard Winter of Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) was there all day to help transport planters, plants, spades, raincoats and gear in a robust 4WD buggy…

You can download the information detailed in the Noosa & District Landcare April 2018 – May 2018 Newsletter List as a printable PDF for future reference.

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