Bush bash

Avon Valley Gazette - - NEWS -

VOL­UN­TEERS are cel­e­brat­ing 20 years of car­ing for flora and fauna in Shire of Mun­dar­ing bush­land.

VOL­UN­TEERS are cel­e­brat­ing 20 years of car­ing for flora and fauna in the Shire of Mun­dar­ing.

The Shire re­cently awarded the Friends of Black Cockatoo Re­serves a ‘ quick grant’ as re­ward for the group’s ef­forts to help con­serve more than 32 hectares of bush­land south of Jar­rah Road in Mun­dar­ing.

New re­serve signs made with the help of Mun­dar­ing Men’s Shed ac­knowl­edge the vol­un­teers’ con­tri­bu­tions.

Shire Pres­i­dent John Daw said that without the help of vol­un­teers, many lo­cal or­gan­i­sa­tions, events and ser­vices would cease to func­tion.

For in­for­ma­tion on grants and vol­un­teer­ing, con­tact the Shire’s grants and vol­un­teer ad­viser Tracey Pea­cock on 9290 6678.

Mun­dar­ing Shire Pres­i­dent John Daw with mem­bers of Friends of the Black Cockatoo Re­serves.

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