two men standing in front of an RUOK banner

RU OK Day 2023

RUOK? Day Community Planting and Morning Tea A heartfelt thank you to all who joined us at RUOK? Day in Jarrahdale. Our community came together to celebrate this special day with a planting event and morning tea set amongst the beautiful backdrop of Gooralong Brook. Thank you to George Walley for a moving Welcome to […]

group of environmental attendees at planting site

Empowering the Community to Save Endangered Carnaby’s

Landcare SJ coordinated 4 planting days as part of a collaboration with the Murdoch University led Keep Carnaby’s Flying – Ngoolarks Forever project. Funded by Lottery West this project aims to engage the community to keep Carnaby’s flying (safeguard their future) by addressing threats and providing food, water and habitat across the Perth-Peel region. Over […]

‘Spring into Armadale’ ramble: Cardup Reserve

Please join Wildflower Society of Western Australia (Armadale Branch) and Landcare SJ for a captivating Cultural and Floristic Guided Walk at one of Serpentine Jarrahdale’s most pristine and beautiful nature reserves. Learn about the beautiful Fauna and Flora of Cardup Nature Reserve (Bush Forever site #352), a sprawling 70-hectare area that showcases the region’s natural […]

several adult conservation students in bushland

Jarrahdale Bushland Benefits From Conservation Education

Students from Fairbridge TAFE join LandcareSJ NRM Officers revegatating Korribinjal in Serpeentine Jarrahdale.   Jayne Lavender and students from the Conservation course have been involved since 2019.   A general site tidy up was completed and 80 seedlings planted.

1000 seedlings planted to help save Endangered Black Cockatoos

More than 77 people attended National Tree Day Community Planting at Madejal Brook Reserve on 31st July. 1000 local native seedlings were planted. These will provide forage and habitat for the three species of endangered and threatened iconic Western Australian black cockatoos, Carnaby, Baudin and Forest Red-tails. Our thanks go to Landcare SJ, Bendigo Bank, Shire […]

two black cockatoos at a water station

Water For Wildlife – How To Help Wildlife In Hot Weather

Summer is here and with it, the quintessential Australian heat. During this time of year, reliable water sources are drying up and becoming scarcer for wildlife to find. This seasonal issue has been emphasised through urban sprawl and development of natural areas. However, individuals can help by installing cost effective watering points on their property. […]