WOW! What a powerful community effort!
Justin your Pollinator Link project is, like Laurie and Sheamus’ project at Mt Gravatt SHS, is linking people as well as wildlife.
I know from our work in Mt Gravatt Conservation Reserve that you definitely will find yourselves looking, sooner than you expect, at what you have achieved with pride.
Congratulations to you and the team.
Michael Fox
Project Director
Pollinator Link Project

MGESS Pollinator Link

Twenty-oddpeople turned up, and the plants were all planted in blinding speed! Not only that, but we successfully mulched not just the planting but the whole southern half of the embankment.

Our first community planting day was a resounding success. Our first community planting day was a resounding success. Rubbish accumulating in the above car park is also an ongoing problem, Claudia T hooked in and had it all picked up and bagged in the blink of an eye. With the plants in and the watering done, everyone was onto mulch. Gareth J had buckets filling with mulch in the trailer and a conga-line that would leave any Cuban envious!

Gareth came up with the brilliant idea of setting the buckets up in a grid pattern in the trailer and shovelling mulch straight in over the top. Paul and Gareth hard at work at the head of the mulching production line. thanks goes to Terra Regenerators and Damian Green for lending their mulch forks. Gareth came up with the brilliant idea of setting the buckets up in a grid pattern in the trailer and shovelling mulch…

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