The Serpentine Jarrahdale Free Verge Plants Program for 2020 is now open click here to open the application form.
This workshop is aimed at all landholders. The workshop will showcase 1080 products and include information on trapping, accreditation and training requirements.
Landcare SJ Project Update March 2019 SUCCESSFUL State NRM Small Community Stewardship Grant ‘Getting rid of water hyacinth at Keralup Farm, Serpentine River’ By Kristy Gregory, Project Management Officer Landcare SJ This project will continue the efforts to eradicate the highly invasive weed water hyacinth from the Serpentine River, by focusing on the Keralup Farm […]
By Kristy Gregory, Landcare SJ Project Management Officer . Landholders in Keysbrook have declared war on feral pigs over spring and summer, with a family group of 1 boar, 3 sows and 21 piglets successfully caught in November 2018. Since then, another group has been trapped, thanks to neighbours pooling their skills and knowledge, and […]
Partnership, patience, and hard work the key to a healthy rail corridor by Natural Resource Management Officer Kristy Gregory [perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]That’s what it took to achieve simultaneous outcomes for bushfire safety and the natural environment in the Paterson Street rail reserve, Mundijong.[/perfectpullquote] In 2015, Arc Infrastructure (then Brookfied […]
That’s what it took to remove cotton bush at the corner of Mundijong and Kargotich roads and at the intersection of Mundijong and Lightbody roads. Staff from Landcare SJ and the Peel Harvey Biosecurity Group were quick to rally together to utilise a couple of unallocated hours in their busy work schedules. Whilst it is […]
Today, 18th December, is the last day of the project that Chris Kennedy has been coordinating, ‘Measuring NRM Success in SJ’, funded by the State NRM Program. Chris has completed the huge task that Sarah Way began back in May 2017 – to draw together the past 10 years of Landcare SJ project information into […]
The Equine Landcare Project started in 2014 with a successful grant through the National Landcare Programme to host sustainable equine landcare events in the Peel regio