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Reliance Creek National Park is under threat from invasive weed species. Pioneer Catchment Landcare have been working on a a site at Reliance Creek in a project supported by Reef Catchments and the Australian Governments National Landcare Programme. Volunteers have spent over five mornings weeding the area and have applied some mulch to further suppress weed growth.

A guided tour of the Palm Vine Forest provides opportunity for community to learn about this unique habitat which is home to a number of threatened species. The walking tour will include a briefing on the history of the site and PCL’s involvement to-date, with identification of important plant and weed species.

Monitoring Organisation Pioneer Catchment Landcare

Name Melissa Spalding

Phone 4944 1979

Email melissa.spalding@pioneercatchment.org.au

Position in organisation Project Officer

Activity Type land management (e.g. revegetation, pest and weed management)

Activity Indicators water quality in freshwater river basins

Activity location O'Connell catchment

Frequency of monitoring

Monitoring Start Date 01/07/2016

30/06/2017

Location of monitoring data

Date quality / confidence

Website URL http://reefcatchments.com.au/events/15982/

Collaborators Reef Catchments, Australian Government

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