Protecting the Endangered Ecological Communities of Coffs Creek

This project is funded by the NSW Environmental Trust, 2013-2016

Protecting the Endangered Ecological Communities of Coffs Creek Project will remove weed threats such as Camphor Laurel and Mile-a-Minute from a 2.3 hectare site adjacent to Coffs Creek. Removal of 27 large dead Camphor Laurel trees will greatly enhance the visual appeal and safety of the area, enabling the dedicated volunteers who work along Coffs Creek to maintain the site into the future. The local Steiner School will help volunteers plant 350 natives to enhance the natural regeneration that will occur with weed removal, and to expand the Coffs Creek wildlife corridor used by Koalas, Squirrel Gliders and other species.

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