LUCI’s Native Grasses project is now complete with over 60 species identified. We have put together a guide to 24 of the more commonly occurring species in the Lockyer, which you can purchase for $15 by emailing email@example.com to order your copy.
Enjoy a hearty, winter breakfast and hear about Butterflies of the Lockyer and the Plight of Pollinators from two wonderful speakers, Deborah Metters (Regional Coordinator Land for Wildlife) and Dr Peggy Eby (UNSW). Learn what native nectar-feeding and pollinating species might be sharing your place and what you can do to support them. Sunday 13thContinue reading
Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast and presentations on Butterflies and the Plight of Pollinators by two wonderful speakers, Deb Metters (Coordinator, Land for Wildlife South East Queensland) and Peggy Esby (Planting for Pollinators). Only $12.50 per person, children free. Arrive from 7:30am at Stockyard Creek Community Hall, Stockyard. Bookings essential RSVP by 8th June to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 23rd May, Ma Ma Creek Community Hall. With Darren’s guidance, you can help identify native grass species from dozens of grass samples collected since Workshop #1. Contribute to the development of a LUCI native grass herbarium and a field ID booklet. If you have a magnifying device, bring it along. Morning tea provided. RSVPContinue reading
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