It is now a year since the fires and remarkable stories of recovery are starting to come in from those receiving funding from the Wildlife Recovery Fund. In the words of one recipient “In many ways this Wildlife Recovery project has helped us heal, as we have focused on new life and the rebound and resilience of nature.” The image shows Donna and Mostyn from Kenton Valley looking at Natural regeneration at their property after the Cudlee Creek fire
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- Can you help Friends of Sturt Gorge remove olives threatening old growth grey box eucalypt trees?
- Your input is sought on SA’s draft Volunteering Strategy for South Australia 2021-2027!
- Friends of Park SA’s Facebook page has been blocked – for the time being our posts will appear on our website and Instagram account only
- Australian Native Plant Sale coming up! 10 – 11th April at the Wayville Showgrounds – for the diary!
- Get to know your shorebirds! ‘Birds and Bickies’ workshops have places this Sunday!