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Update from Ringwood Creek

As we head into winter Ringwood Creek works are progressing well.

Volunteers and contractors have been weeding – Lantana, Blackberry, Privet, Senna, Morning Glory and the incorrigable Tradescantia. The promising-looking Salvina Beetle has also been released to try and deal with this hard to manage water weed (see more info from CSIRO about Salvinia Beetle).

The rainforest understory is emerging as the Camphor Laurels are removed in phases. Trees being planted include Ringwood, Red Cedar, Bangalow Palm and Weeping Lily Pilly.

If you would like to become involved join us at our next working bee!

Recent Pictures from Ringwood Creek


Work on this site is funded by a Federal Government Caring for Country grant.

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