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We’re looking forward to spending a day outdoors with you, giving something back to nature and having fun whilst we’re at it.
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Bio·R, Landscape SA – Murraylands and Riverland and many enthusiastic volunteers (including you!), will be coming together over 6 days in mid-late June 2022, to plant habitat for wildlife as part of our exciting restoration initiative at Frahns Farm.
We can’t wait to be outside and get our hands in the dirt either!
Time: 8:45am – 4:00pm
More information to come... but for now...
Be sure to bring some sun, rain or wind protection (depending on the weather, perhaps all three!), and if you have them, some gloves, rubber boots and a hand mattock / trowel for planting.
Bio·R will also have merchandise available, including badges, puzzles, cards and KeepCups. Proceeds from these sales help with the costs of our revegetation work, so please consider taking a gift home with you to support our work for wildlife.
You’ll also get the opportunity to learn about how your efforts on the day will be directly helping local wildlife in the context of Adelaide’s surrounding ecology.
Meet like-minded people, get involved in some positive environmental action and have fun!
We can’t wait to see you there!
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge that this event will take place on the traditional lands of the Ngarrindjeri people and respect their elders past, present and emerging. We appreciate the Ngarrindjeri people’s innate and deep spiritual connection with the land and waters of this region and aspire to work alongside the them in taking care of land and community.
News & events
Construction of a second Herbivore Exclusion Fence at Frahns Farm (Eastern Enclosure) has recently been completed, protecting an area of 193 hectares.
Our team of core volunteers have been recognised at an event at Marble Hill Estate. These wonderful, dedicated people are the first to arrive and the last to leave, with their leadership, patience and skills critical to the success of our events.
Satellite imagery shows the incredible progress of our Cygnet Park Sanctuary restoration project on Kangaroo Island.