10 September 2019
We were stoked to have local disability services provider, Distinctive Options, lend us and the Friends of Emu Bottom Wetlands Reserve a hand with some plantings recently.
Their enthusiastic volunteers helped us plant around 250 native grasses on the Salesian College Sunbury community planting site, as part of the Victorian Government funded ‘Restoring the Natural Glory of Jackson’s Creek’ project.
Their hard work will help to suppress weeds growing between the trees and shrubs that are trying to grow.
The PPWCMA’s Sunbury-based staff actually share an office with Distinctive Options, so they were also pleased to show them why they always coming back so dirty! 🤣