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 of the Bremer River banks, Cribb Park has shown the resilience and protection that good planting and weed management can offer. We hope the Garden of Eden group inspires others to create a project on their section of the river.
Bremer Catchment Association congratulates Anthony and his team of like-minded volunteers. We hope to continue our support for him and groups like his, restoring and protecting our waterways.
To see more about the Cribb Park “Garden of Eden” Project click here to go to their page.