A healthy environment supports our region’s wildlife.
Land for Wildlife is a free program for landowners. It helps them create habitats for wildlife on their property.
The program supports landowners with:
- access to a Land for Wildlife officer
- the opportunity to learn about native plants, wildlife and ecosystems
- articles, how-to guides and workshops on how to manage weeds and pests
- advice on how to restore damaged land
- advice on how to improve the water quality of creeks and rivers
- advice on how to create wildlife corridors
Regional Ecosystem Field Day
This will be reschueled due to incliment weather. To be advised.
When: Saturday 11th March 2023. 8 am for an 8:30 am start and finish at 12:00 pm
Where: McCulloch Property – 57 Benian Road, The Palms
Regional ecosystems (or RE’s) are vegetation communities in a bioregion that are consistently associated with a particular combination of geology, landform and soil. Regional ecosystem information and maps are essential tools for landholders and organisations to plan and manage the natural environment and vegetation restoration. You can download the flyer here
If you would like to register your interest in attending an upcoming event, please contact councils Environment Officer on Environment@gympie.qld.gov.au.
How do I get involved?
Contact Council's Land for Wildlife Officer
Useful links and resources
Gympie Regional Council - Land for Wildlife (lfwseq.org.au)
Download the Land for Wildlife brochure
Visit the Land for Wildlife (SEQ) website
Follow Land for Wildlife (SEQ) on Facebook
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