An understorey planting
We gathered upstream from Walton Bridge Reserve on the creek directly down from the old cricket nets on the Soccer oval.
BRAIN folk keying out plants
The BRAIN volunteers helped with the Botanical walk to find out what species were in the existing planting.
The previous planting contained a number of species not in the list for Enoggera Creek, including this Acacia.
70 people 872 plants
It didn't take long to get the 872 plants into the ground, with 70 volunteers. Catchment Coordinator Peter Hayes is at the right of this picture.
Visitors from near and far
Members of the Red Hill Bushcare group joined us on the day to plant some tubestock.
Larissa Waters with her mother, Lorraine, and grandmother, Betty, on the banks of Enoggera Creek.
Documenting the event
Matti Crocker filming for SOWN TV on the day, meeting here with Matt and Vicki.
It was quite a demanding botanical walk. It's on occasions like this you realise how much you don't know. Rob had prepared some tags, but many more...
Traditional sausage sizzle
The morning was celebrated with a sausage sizzle, a small reward for those who had developed an appetite with a bit of exertion.