Conservation at Barossa Revegetation & Landcare Group
- Date Posted
- 13 August 2021
- Barossa Revegetation & Landcare Group
- Gardening & environmental
Roles and responsibilities
Barossa Revegetation Landcare Group Inc has created a roadside vegetation corridor along the western end of Rifle Range Rd., Tanunda.
This is a small group that was created in 1998. There is a chairperson and secretary; most of our activity is on-ground.
About Barossa Revegetation & Landcare Group
This Landcare Group was formed in 1998 by a small group of locals to promote connectivity and biodiversity in the Barossa, specifically by creating a corridor connecting the core remnant Kaiser Stuhl Conservation Park in the Barossa Ranges with the North Para River corridor to the west. Initial successful direct seeding with the help of Faith Lutheran collage students and Barossa Districts Rotary Club in 1998 has been followed up with tubestock planting of local native species, and what was a bare roadside verge has been transformed into much needed local greenspace.