Wildlife corridors provide an opportunity for native species to move between otherwise disconnected areas. This is increasingly important to maintain diversity and support the migration of species through the environment increasingly affected by human development.
As a founding member of a country Landcare group and having submitted a grant application for hundreds of trees, we want to plant to create a wildlife corridor between a crown reserve and other forests.
I am calling for expressions of interest (Your email address for now) from people who would like to join us in this project and a special weekend retreat to boot. Once the weather starts to warm, perhaps in November, and with a small bus or car pooling organised from both Sydney or Canberra, you can come and camp (Some accommodation and tents available), enjoy a social get together, with some food provided, and spend a few hours each day planting trees and shrubs on the boarder of two properties.
Enjoy the stars, a bush walk or a red wine on the veranda and meeting people. If you are interested you can also learn more about the Landcare movement or our own La source initiatives. In you free time your will be free to wander around more than 850 acres of country side.
Possibly interested ?, for this and similar events then let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and in this case with a subject of “wildlife corridor”and approximately where you are located for transport purposes.