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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

Darren Hamley with designed cockatube surveillance system

Cockatoos in the Classroom

The 2018 Great Cocky Count Landcare SJ Event Birdlife Australia- The Great Cocky Count is a long-term citizen science survey ...
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Chair of the Landcare SJ Board, Prof. David Lindsay, and Board member Jan Star signing a new three year agreement on landcare service delivery in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale.

Three year deal a win for Landcare in Serpentine Jarrahdale.

SJ Community Landcare Centre Landcare SJ Inc have been delivering environmental outcomes in the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale for over ...
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Serpentine Jarrahdale Food Alliance launches its showcase book

Over 150 people enjoyed food and local beverages as stories and experiences garnered in developing the book showcasing local foods ...
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blue leschaneultia flower inside a tree guard

Byford Scout Hut Planting – Flowers already!

Success! Just 6 weeks after planting these seedlings are in flower. Byford Envirolink members spent an hour removing weeds from ...
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