four members of Byford Enviro-link with bags of rubbish and plants guards at Mundijong Road

New Look for Byford Enviro-Link Community Volunteer Group

Byford Enviro-Link were proudly wearing their new shirts. The hi viz shirts were bought with money raised by collecting rubbish from Byford’s reserves and adjoining streets. Planting local native seedlings at Mundijong Road reserve. Watering at the Byford entry statement and information bay. All the seedling planted are watered in the first year to give […]

man with qquirky black cockatoo sculpture

Byford sculpture recognises Landcare SJ’s contribution to saving Black Cockatoos

Pictures of the installation of the black cockatoo sculpture. It is yet to be painted. The sculpture has been commissioned by the Byford Progress Association to recognise Landcare SJ’s contribution to saving this iconic threatened species by the development of our artificial nest boxes – the Cockatube ®. Sculptor, Lens Zuks with his latest addition […]

Mainland quokka in Jarrahdale bushland

Mainland Quokkas Found in Jarrahdale

Just absolutely AMAZING!!! Mainland quokkas have been spotted in our very own Jarrahdale hills! Please follow the link below to read more about these beautiful animals.…/ Photographs – Richard Polden  

Landcare SJ hosts Sustainability Corner

What a wonderful day at the LiveLighter SJ Community Fair on Saturday. The Sustainability Corner in the Landcare SJ Carpark was busy the entire day. Full of things to see and do. You can visit the Landcare SJ Office anytime from 9am – 4pm weekdays for advice on revegetation, weed control, feral animal trapping, cockatubes […]

rubbish collected in Byford, Western Australia

Another small piece of Byford saved

Byford Envirolink members have been busy in this small reserve between Gordin, Grenfell and Velveteen Streets in Byford over the last few months. 69 bags of rubbish have been removed, also a burnt out motor bike and dead branches. Most of the understorey has now disappeared because of weed infestation. These have now been sprayed […]

volunteers planting sedges in Old Brickworks Reserve

Old Brickworks Reserve 2018 Planting Day

For a number of years now, members of the Byford Envirolink have been working hard in the Old Brickworks Reserve, removing invasive flora species and planting native seedlings in their place. This year, with the support of Landcare SJ, they’ve been concentrating heavily on revegetating along the Beenyup Brook with sedges. Photos courtesy of Collen […]