The Tarcowie Landcare Group’s 21-year environmental restoration project has seen significant improvements in biological diversity and this year reached the significant milestone of 60,000 native species planted!
This dedicated group recognised a series of environmental issues in their area - lack of connected vegetation corridors, poor water quality, erosion and weeds – and decided to do something about it. Over 21 years (and counting) they have worked with many partners to enhance and protect the landscape, as well as increase awareness of this important restoration work. A special four-year project they’re currently working on is connecting creeklines and remnant vegetation along a Biolinks Corridor.
In this workshop, you will learn:
• How to protect and maintain rare and threatened plants by linking and improving native vegetation
• The importance of sensitive weed control and assisted regeneration
• How shelter belts curb wind erosion, retain soil moisture and protect stock
Tarcowie Landcare Group Biolinks Corridors revegetation project
June Jenkins and Chris Grabczewski
Tuesday 11 October 2022
1pm – 3pm
‘Parkland’s’ Corner of Tarcowie Road and Clarke Road, Tarcowie
The Spring Walk and Talk events are supported by the Northern and Yorke Landscape Board. This event is held on Ngadjuri Country. We acknowledge and respect elders past and present.