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Now that it's raining its time to get your FREE native seedlings planted along your verge.

As long as you are a resident of the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale then you can apply.

Follow the link below to fill out the quick application form.

A riffle constructed as part of the Rivers to Ramsar Project at Federation Park, Serpentine.

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Have you seen this tree

The Mundijong tuart was first botanically described in 1909 and last officially seen in Jarrahdale in 1918!

Dr Jane Goodall, plants rare hybrid Eucalyptus x mundijongensis.

Jane Goodall planting extremely rare hybrid Eucalyptus x mundijongensis at Saw Avenue Picnic Area, Kings Park, Perth

The Search for the Mundijong tuart is back on.

Eucalyptus Mundijongensis growing in Dardanup

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 Thanks everyone for your contribution to the Serpentine River Water Hyacinth Eradication Project.

Presenters at the Native Garden Expo

Sun shines on recent Native Garden Expo

Putting on a brand new event is always a bit of a worry, you never know how popular it might ...
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Pilot and spotter selfie in the helicopter looking for water hyacinth

Water hyacinth aerial surveillance complete

Water hyacinth aerial surveillance now complete on the Birega Drain and Serpentine River After a slight delay with weather conditions, aerial ...
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Free Verge Plant Program 2018



Need to keep weeds down on your front verge? Have you ever thought about creating your own wildlife corridor? Or just want more birds around your garden? The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale's free verge plant and herbicide scheme can help you achieve these ends. The scheme is available for all residents of SJ who can apply for up to four years to receive native seedlings of their choice under the guidelines of the program. You can also apply for a litre of herbicide to keep those weeds in check and prepare the ground for planting.

Application form here


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Reece Jerrett Work Experienced Person at Landcare SJ

New work experience team mate at Landcare SJ

You might notice a new face around the Landcare SJ office on a Thursday morning. Learn more about our new ...
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stinkweed growing amongst seedlings planted 2017 at Byford Scout Reserve

Stink weed at the Byford Scout Reserve

Byford Envirolink members are sticky and smelly but they have cleared a huge amount of stink weed from the Scout ...
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The riffles constructed at Federation Park, Serpentine are doing their job of slowing down water flows in the Serpentine River.

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