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

This issue of Streamlines has several srticles by our wildlife officer Irene Darlington who is appealing for donations of ropes - read the article to discover why. Another plea  Irene has is for people to volunteer their property as release sites for recovering animals.

Our Editor Helen Ogle has complied some information about the quarry in the Anstead Bushland Reserve which may give some new insights into the history of our area.

As usual Helen offers an invitation for members to submit artocles for the next Streamlines - due in by November 15.



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Brisbane City Council

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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