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SOWN turns 25 years - History book to be launched on 24 March 2019
SOWN is celebrating its 25th year of caring for the Enoggera catchment in March 2019.
As part of the celebrations, we have commissioned ToadShow (Anne Jones and Rob Whyte) to produce a history of SOWN from 1994 to 2019. The history will be available free from our website as an eBook.
The SOWN history book will be launched on Sunday, 24 March from 2.00 to 5.00 pm, at the Old Newmarket Bowls Club, Ashgrove Avenue, Newmarket. All long-term and new SOWN members and friends are invited. Afternoon tea will be provided.
'This Week by the Creek' eNewsletter - March 2019
An eNewsletter from our partners at the BCC Creek Catchments Program is attached for your information.
It contains information and updates about creek activities and events across Brisbane, training opportunities and grants that are available.
Please have a look at it by clicking on the above heading or image.
SOWN Nursery Stocktake - 28 November 2018
A stocktake of plants (tubestock) in the SOWN Nursery was undertaken on 28 November 2018. The nursery was holding 14,413 tubestock plants.
If you would like to see the range of species and numbers of plants available in the nursery at that date, click on the heading above. All of these plants are native to the Enoggera Creek catchment.
No-dig Bush Regeneration - Ko Oishi
No-dig bush regeneration and how can we regenerate native vegetation safely on contaminated soils?
A copy of Ko's presentation on trials at Northey Street City Farm given at our recent member's meeting on 29 September is attached. Click on the above heading to open.
Impacts of Proposed Mt-Cootha Zipline - Peter Hale
What are the environmental, noise, traffic and other impacts of the proposed Mt-Cootha Zipline?
A copy of Peter's presentation at our member's meeting on 24 June is attached. Click on the above heading to open.
Join SOWN and Live Forever? - Dr Andrew Galbraith
What are the health benefits and risks of working in the SOWN Nursery or on revegetation sites?
A copy of Andrew's presentation at our member's meeting on 15 April is attached. Click on the above heading to open.
SOWN is a community organisation working to restore the habitats of creeks and waterways in the catchments of Enoggera, Ithaca and Fish Creeks in Brisbane's north west.
The SOWN nursery provides plants free to members. Nursery opening hours are as follows:
Saturdays 9.00 am to 11.00 am; and
Wednesdays 9.00 am to 12.30 pm.
These planting guides will help you choose the best local native plants for your regeneration site or garden. You can also visit the "Plants To Plant" section using the site navigation.
FIND YOUR LOCAL SOWN CATCHMENT GROUP
SOWN has volunteer catchment groups working on creek restoration throughout the Enoggera catchment including along Enoggera Creek, Fish Creek and Ithaca Creek. Look here to find the group nearest to you.