Brickwood Reserve is located in an urban area of Byford adjacent to Briggs Park and extending out along Soldiers Road in Cardup. The reserve is environmentally significant and includes Bush Forever areas and threatened ecological communities including Banksia Woodland
Byford Enviro-link watered the plants in Granfell St and Marchant Way and also the new park proposed to be called Marri Tree Park this morning. Council has agreed to the name and this request is being progressed through government channels.
‘We had an amazing turn out for Roost and Rookery – Black Cockatoos & Wedge Tail Eagles, with over 100 people coming to Jarrahdale on Sunday to hear about Landcare SJ’s ongoing Cockatube project, how to participate in one of WA’s largest citizen science projects
When is it ? Sunday 5th May – 10am to 4 pm Featuring a great lineup of speakers to help you learn more about growing your food for personal consumption or to provide to your local community. Josh Byrne, from ABC Gardening Australia Come and hear Josh Byrne at the SJ Food & Farm Fest […]
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 […]