To improve the biodiversity of the Tone River, a major tributary of the Warren River, and Cockatoo Creek that flows into the Tone River. The Tone River is a major corridor for wildlife.
Eventually we ran out of plants – they were planted! It was almost and anti-climax when we didn’t have to return to the shearing shed to load more plants onto the trailer. On our return to Perth, we dropped into the Blyth Tree Farm in Katanning to return the trays to Steve.
Just some of the empty trays stacked up outside the shearing shed.
Jezabel the dogess is in the background making sure all the trays are returned
Carol and Wanda the camper pleased that the work is complete!