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Another great community planting day was held at Cribb Park on Saturday 27th of August. With over 50 volunteers planting hundreds of native riparian trees and grasses, spot weeding and spreading a generous layer of mulch, the Garden of Eden has never looked better. Compared to the devastation wrought by recent flood events on most… Read More »Blog
Bremer Catchment Association will be stallholders at the Scenic Rim Rotary Field Day to be held on Friday the 8th and Saturday the 9th of April at Harrisville in the Fassifern Valley.
Healthy Land & Water, Erosion Control Pasture Management – Field Day Bremer Catchment Association will be attending an erosion control and pasture management field day to learn about cost-effective measures to control erosion and improve pasture conditions on their properties.
On Saturday 12th March, BCA attended the Ipswich Climate Forum, held at the University of Southern Queensland – Ipswich campus. Guest Speakers included: Hon Meaghan Scanlon, Minister for Environment and the Great Barrier Reef, Minister for Science and Youth Affairs Lance McCallum MP, Member for Bundamba and Assistant Minister for Hydrogen and Development and the… Read More »…
Flooded again! We’ve seen some amazing scenes from across the catchment. Homes and businesses were damaged and destroyed, infrastructure and public amenities were rendered out of action and the clean-up is just beginning. For bush and riparian regenerators it’s an anxious period waiting to see the damage as the river recedes. With such an incredible… Read More »Blog
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BCA is pleased to announce the launch of our new website. After much anticipation, we have finally updated the old static webpage with a dynamic and interactive website that we hope allows us to more effectively pursue the objects of the association.
The group meet on the 2nd and 4th Saturday each month. All workdays are from 2.00 to 5.00 unless otherwise advised. Please bring a water bottle, hat and gloves and come and help us restore this beautiful section of the Bremer River.
History and Present Condition The Bremer Catchment Association supported local community members to successfully rehabilitate this critical section of the lower Bremer River. The initial project wound up around 10 years ago and it’s time to bring back the Tiger Street River Action Group and wipe some weeds away. The plantings and regeneration program has… Read More »Blog
In late 2020 a restoration assessment was completed by Natural Bushland Ecology. The report found the site to have a high potential for restoration. Successful regeneration works will provide opportunities for local plant species to expand and enhance the overall vegetation and aquatic health of the Bremer River system. The importance of the site to… Read More »Blog