Due to recent rain and park conditions, we will have to postpone our 8th April weeding until further notice. Don’t forget to check back again!
Our first Thursday of the month morning weeding session has been rescheduled to 8th April. If you are interested in helping restore the health of this park, join us. Contact email@example.com
Check out Martin Bennett’s Beginners Guide to GOOGLE EARTH GIS (look under the online mapping tools section). Follow these introductory easy steps to using a powerful mapping tool to display your property attributes or attributes in your local landscape or any number of other map display purposes.
Read about the fascinating and intricate interactions between butterflies and plants in LUCI’s Quarterly Update Newsletter No 23
Thirty people attended LUCI’ Native Grasses of the Lockyer workshop on Sunday 20th September at Ma Ma Creek Hall with Dr Darren Fielder of Red Leaf Environmental. We learned there are 12,000 species of grasses in the world, 929 taxa in Queensland including 208 exotic species and 407 species in the Moreton Region. Darren explainedContinue reading
A tough read but a must read…the WWF’s interim report on Australia’s 2019-2020 Bushfires: The Wildlife Toll. More than ever Australia’s native animals need us to provide improved, restored and connected native habitats. Be part of the solution…join LUCI!
Posted on August 22, 2020 by lockyeruplandscatchmentsinc While understorey vegetation provides shelter for native wildlife, a shelter belt for humans, food resources for a range of insects and birds, acts as a soil stabiliser and fertiliser, it also delights with its plant diversity and their many beautiful blossoms. These are some of the currentContinue reading
…want to be able to distinguish a Enteropogon from a Cymbopogon, an Aristida from Ancistrachne and a Eriochloa from a Bothriochloa and many more species? Then come along to LUCI’s Native Grasses of the Lockyer workshop with Dr Darren Fielder (Redleaf Environmental) on Sunday 20th September, Ma Ma Creek Community Hall, 9:30am-11:30am followed by aContinue reading