Landcare work goes on display
Fruits of their labour shown at Cultural Complex
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.
GREENTHUMBS: North Burnett LandcaremembersAnnGreen and Glenn Baker showoffsome of the group's exhibits at Monto Historical and Cultural Complex.