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Walking the Talk

Caring for the Jerrabomberra Wetlands

Friends of Jerrabomberra Wetlands work with these local groups:

  • Jerrabomberra Wetlands Management Board
  • Molonglo Catchment Group
  • Canberra Ornithologists Group
  • ParkCare
  • SEE-Change Inner South
  • Territory and Municipal Services Staff
  • Waterwatch

Come and join us

  • Come plant trees with us
  • help with fauna surveys
  • do some weeding and/or fencing
  • monitor water levels and contamination
  • get in some bird watching
  • get some free vitamin D
  • meet the most unlikely like-minded people
  • have fun while acting locally
  • know you're really making a difference

Caring for Jerrabomberra Wetlands

What We Will Do

Collaborate with local residents and conservation, management, heritage, education, Aboriginal and recreational groups in the restoration and maintenance of the Wetlands.

Weeds & Feral Animals

Support the practical management of weeds and pest animals (cats, foxes and rabbits) which already infest the Wetlands. Proximity to major residential areas increases the risk of infestation.

Outreach

Contribute to environmental sustainability through an outreach program to local residents to raise awareness and responsibility for conservation of the Wetlands.

Rehabilitation & Recovery

Foster local involvement in practical weed and/or pest animal management activities that could extend to bush or urban park rehabilitation and recovery campaigns.

Indigenous Involvement

Members of the project team have already worked with some of the local Aboriginal community, who will be approached for information and guidance.

 How to Get Started

Contact Deb Kellock, Friends of Jerrabomberra Wetlands Coordinator

friendsofjerrawetlands@gmail.com  0439 411 325

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