Volunteers needed at Landcare
MOOLOOLAH River Waterwatch and Landcare is an established community nursery that has been operating for 26 years. It’s run by volunteers who have a passion for bushland and native wildlife.
There are three main aspects of the not-for-profit: landcare organisation, the native nursery and biocontrol facility for weeds.
The native nursery is open to the public with local native plants for a range of needs, from unit balconies to large-scale acreage.
Plants start at $2.50 and discount for members $2.25.
There’s specialist advice available for revegetating your property or you can obtain native plants on request.
At the Landcare you can also find insects to biologically control invasive weed species.
Educational workshops for all ages, community weeding and planting days and school/community group visits are all available. Volunteers are in demand. For more information, contact 0432 227 431 or visit mooloolahwaterwatch andlandcare.org.