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ongoing reveg works - the never ending story #landcarerphotocontest2021
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Pioneer Catchment & Landcare Group Inc.
PCL volunteers, helping our local community garden establish a native species zone along its "front door" on Mackay's Bluewater Trail. This trail takes walkers and cyclists for many kilometres along t...View More
another day doing what we love, where we love :)
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Kirili Lamb
Pioneer Catchment Landcare Project Officer Hannah Murphy presents another brilliant children's landcaring activity: Bee Hotels using natural and re-used materials #LandcarerPhotoContest2021.
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Revegetating the sand dunes out at Point Lonsdale yesterday! Species included Sea Box, Coastal Beard Heath, Thyme Riceflower, Bower Spinach, Coast Pomaderris, Sticky Daisy Bush, and Coast Daisy Bush! ...View More
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Replanting murnongs and Blue Bottle Daisies in a grassy woodland understorey - Experimental but hopefully successful! #LandcarerPhotoContest2021
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we cleared the weeds and the wee froggy came out to play :)
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Volunteer Training for Disadvantaged in Landcare - This photo is related to Dandenong Multifaith Centre in Victoria of Australia, that has been used for blessing for the natural environment. The photo is posted by kangchuentat.webs.com.
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Volunteer Training for Disadvantaged in Landcare - This photo is related to Dandenong Multifaith Centre in Victoria of Australia, that has been used for blessing for the natural environment. The photo is posted by kangchuentat.webs.com.
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Gabrielle Stacey
Squirrel Glider (Petaurus norfolcensis) captured after a trap & release survey by ecologists John-Paul King and Ninon Meyer.
As part of Fern Creek Landcare's Squirrel Glider Project, an ecological stu...View More
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Gabrielle Stacey
Melaleuca quinquenervia EEC at the Awabakal Lagoon - our latest Landcare site - after the huge rain events of March 2021.
Photo by Rhys Wiffen
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Alexander Barnstone
This is SO beautiful oh my goodness!
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Alexander Barnstone
This is SO beautiful oh my goodness!
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Maude and District Landcare Group
This photo from a rare 2020 working bee was social distancing at its finest! ? #landcarerphotocontest2021
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#landcarerphotocontest2021

ongoing reveg works - the never ending story #landcarerphotocontest2021
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Pioneer Catchment & Landcare Group Inc.
PCL volunteers, helping our local community garden establish a native species zone along its "front door" on Mackay's Bluewater Trail. This trail takes walkers and cyclists for many kilometres along t...View More
another day doing what we love, where we love :)
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Kirili Lamb
Pioneer Catchment Landcare Project Officer Hannah Murphy presents another brilliant children's landcaring activity: Bee Hotels using natural and re-used materials #LandcarerPhotoContest2021.
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Kelly Scott
Revegetating the sand dunes out at Point Lonsdale yesterday! Species included Sea Box, Coastal Beard Heath, Thyme Riceflower, Bower Spinach, Coast Pomaderris, Sticky Daisy Bush, and Coast Daisy Bush! ...View More