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South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare Western Australia

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10 Year Anniversary Landcare Perth WA

Wilson Wetlands Action Group
 



Russell Gorton
Ph/fax: 9258 7301

[email protected]

Fertilise Wise

 

Supported by:
Western Australian Planning Commission City of Canning

Wilson Wetlands Action Group (WWAG)

The aim of the association is to ensure conservation of the Caning River Regional Park within its existing boundary, now and for future generations. Specifically this refers to the area within the regional park bounded by Bow Street to the City of Canning Depot and between the Canning River and Fern Road, Wilson.

The Project Sites

The BMX Track Rehabilitation Site

The CRAWLS (Castledare Revegetation and Wilson Living Stream Project) Site

The Mill Street Stream Restoration Project

Wilson Wetlands Action Group area of interest and current project sites
Aerial photo showing the Wilson Wetlands area of interest and project sites

The BMX Track Rehabilitation Site

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The BMX Track Site in 2001,
prior to planting
The grass is sprayed and
mulch laid down
Planting into section 2
during winter, 2002
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By 2003 the plants have established themselves
More growth, July 2003 The BMX Track is built,
a great mix of passive
and active recreation
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The fence and break
separates the conservation
and recreation zones
   

The CRAWLS Site
Intersection of Fern Road and Hyland Way, Wilson

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The Drain before remediation Laying the Jute for erosion control Planting sedges into the bank  

The Mill Street Stream Restoration Project
Intersection of Fern Road and Fern Place, Wilson

Sedges form an understorey below Flooded Gums The Mill Street Drain enters the Stream at Wilson Lagoon Centella and Juncus growing
on the edge of the path

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