Pullen Pullen Catchments Group (PPCG) aims to foster awareness and appreciation within the community of the need to protect the natural environment throughout the catchments and to help conserve Australia’s unique flora and fauna.

What's happening

As usual our editor Helen Ogle has compiled a very interesting collection of information for us. A highlight is an article about reclaiming a block of land in Pullenvale and turning it into a haven for animals and plants. Very inspirational.

There is a warning article about yet another weed to invade our area contributed by Bryan Hacker of the Moggill Creek Catchment Group.

Helen Ogle has compiled a page showing the details, with illustrations, of the often confused native creepers- scrambling lily and wombat berry.

A light note is introduced by Brian Dean's article about a recent Working Bee at Anstead Bushland Reserve.



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Pullen Pullen Catchments Group acknowledges the support of the Brisbane City Council for costs associated with the website, the printing of Streamlines and with running the working bee mornings in Anstead Reserve and Pullenvale Forest Park.

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