The Fitzgerald Creek Catchment Group invites you for a day of weeding in the valley. Come along and meet the group and help remove Privet, Cestrum and Arum lilies from a tributary of the beuatiful Cripple Creek. We will access the creek via an easy-medium 10 minute bushwalk on track.
Lunch and morning tea provided. Bookings are essential. Book with Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 4780 5623 by Monday 18th September.
Fitzgeralds Catchment Group meet to discuss what is happening in the catchment, and where to in the future. Meeting is held at Warrimoo RFS Brigade station. To find out more contact Steve Barratt on 47 536 339 or Peter Chrismas on 4780 5623, or email email@example.com.
There are currently five active Streamwatch groups in the Blue Mountains: Fitzgerald Creek, Gordon Falls Creek, Leura Falls Creek, Popes Glen and South Lawson Bushcare Group.
Streamwatch is coordinated by the Australian Museum. Members of Streamwatch register with the Museum and are provided with training, water testing kits and support. The Museum also does a visit to a newly proposed site. Streamwatch groups commit to doing water testing at a regular time once a month and uploading the data onto the Streamwatch website. Groups are also encouraged to take part in the Autumn Waterbugs Watch and Spring Waterbugs Watch run by the Museum.
BMCC Bushcare Officers have done the Streamwatch training.
If your Bushcare group is keen to get involved in setting up streamwatch at or near your site please let us know. You can contact your Bushcare officer or Jenny Hill email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come along to discover the area the groups in the catchment are protecting with their work upstream.
This full day event will take you deep into the valley which is a tributary to long Angle Creek (with help with some 4WDs and Bushcare Officers).
We will be working on a patch of Crofton Weed with lunch and morning tea provided.
If you only would like to come for the morning the shuttle ute will be leaving the gate at 9:30 am and returning at lunchtime. If you would like to walk in it would take an hour to get into the valley and it is a steep climb out of the valley.
Fitzgeralds Creek Catchment Group invites Bushcarers and interested people to participate in a combined catchment workday event.
We will meet at the car park at the Springwood BMCC Depot before moving across to the work site. We would love to see you there for the whole day, however feel free to come along for as long as your time allows.
Morning and afternoon tea will be provided, it is recommended that participants bring some lunch for themselves, and plenty of water to drink. As always, sturdy outdoor clothing with long trousers and sleeves, sturdy footwear, and a good sun hat are also recommended for your safety and comfort in the work site.
To register for this event, and to help us arrange numbers for catering, please RSVP to the Bushcare Office.