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Ithaca Intact Update

Ithaca Intact is soon to be one year old! Launched in June 2007, the project is focussed on engaging local community in restoration activities along Ithaca Creek, with the aim of transforming it into a continuous, healthy and biodiverse waterway corridor. Much has happened over the last twelve months - formation of a steering committee, hiring of an Ithaca Intact Cooridinator, engaging with private landholders and businesses, reinvigorating bushcare groups, just to name a few. Have a look at the links below to find out what has been going on as Ithaca Intact approaches its first birthday.

If you would like to know more about the Ithaca Intact Project, please contact the Ithaca Intact Coordinator, Kristy Wilett, on 0421070090 or ithacaintact@gmail.com.

If you are interested in volunteering with one of the bushcare groups that operate on Ithaca Creek, follow the link below.

Bush care groups operating on Ithaca Creek

Sown Logo Further Funding for Ithaca Intact

The Environmental Protection Agency has offered its support to the Ithaca Intact project, granting $34,700 in funding under the State Government's...  

Sown Logo Who's getting Ithaca Intact? Creek residents jump on board in 2008

Residents at 75 to 79 Fletcher Parade and Exeter Street are leading the charge for Ithaca Intact in 2008. They rolled up their shirt sleeves and got...  

Sown Logo Habitat Brisbane Day

The Bardon State School and Lugg Street Bushcare groups represented Ithaca Creek in the the city-wide Habitat Brisbane Day on May 18th. Both groups...  

Sown Logo Change of Ithaca Intact Coordinator

Rebecca McNicholl is handing over the role of Ithaca Intact Cooridinator to Kristy Willett, former education manager for UnderWater World. Kristy...  

Ergon Energy clean up the creek

Ergon Energy joined forces with SOWN recently to rid Ithaca Creek's Red Hill reaches from rubbish. Clean Up Australia Day 2008 saw 70 volunteers...  

Go Greencorps, Go! Carwoola St and Lorward Ave

The Ithaca Intact Greencorps team has been busy along the Cawoola St and Lorward Ave stretches of Ithaca Creek in Bardon. Over the month of October...