Land­care work goes on dis­play

Fruits of their labour shown at Cul­tural Com­plex

Central and North Burnett Times - - LOCAL NEWS - ❏ Ge­orge Smith

THE North Bur­nett Land­care group is dis­play­ing ex­hibits of its work in the Monto His­tor­i­cal and Cul­tural Com­plex un­til the end of this month.

Group pres­i­dent Glenn Baker said the dis­play was set up on Tues­day to in­form lo­cals and trav­ellers of the group’s ac­tiv­i­ties.

Mr Baker said he was grate­ful to the com­plex for mak­ing space for his group’s ex­hi­bi­tion.

“Some of our projects in­clude a cats claw erad­i­ca­tion at a Three Moon prop­erty and three ero­sion re­me­di­a­tion jobs on a pri­vate prop­erty and our very own botanic garden,” he said.

“We are al­ways look­ing for new projects and are proud of our re­la­tion­ship with the Bur­nett Catch­ment Care As­so­ci­a­tion and the Bur­nett Mary Re­gion Group.”

Mr Baker said the group had 49 mem­bers who in­volved them­selves in dif­fer­ent ways.

The North Bur­nett Land­care Group meets ev­ery third Thurs­day of the month.

If you would like to join, con­tact Glenn Baker on 4166 3554.

Photo: Ge­orge Smith

GREEN­THUMBS: North Bur­nett Land­care­mem­ber­sAn­nGreen and Glenn Baker showoff­some of the group's ex­hibits at Monto His­tor­i­cal and Cul­tural Com­plex.

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