Landcare plant koala food trees in Port Macquarie, NSW
Thumbs up to Landcare volunteers who were dedicating themselves to the environment at Wright’s Creek in Port Macquarie [NSW 2445] on October 19, 2017.
Part of a five hectare Habitat RestorationProject, Landcare are working in collaboration with the Port Macquarie-Hastings Council… over 35 volunteers and council workers were out bright and early planting over 100 native seedlings, that over the next five years will transform the space into a Subtropical Lowlands Rainforest… it will become a wildlife corridor complete with browse trees and a variety of food and shelter plants. click link to see Port News article.
Well done Landcare Port Macquarie for ‘walking the walk’. The difference between human action and inaction for wild koalas is extinction.
Landcare is always looking for more volunteers, and Project Manager Estelle Gough said any help is much appreciated.
“There comes great satisfaction after completing a project knowing you are helping out the environment and we are always looking for people to come and help us, so please get in touch if you are wanting to help,” she said. Contact Landcare via firstname.lastname@example.org or online http://landcareportmac.com.au