Fencers Without Boundaries 2012
The Upper Goulburn Landcare Network fire recovery fencing program ‘Fencers Without Boundaries’ is now into its fourth and final year.
To date volunteers with our fencing program have contributed over 3000 days to rebuild 236 kilometres of fencing on fire affected properties throughout Murrindindi and Mitchell Shires. Only a fraction of the estimated 3,500 kilometres destroyed in the 2009 fires but significant for those landowners we’ve assisted.
|Volunteers fencing off bushland at Kinglake|
|Volunteers at a Flowerdale property|
This year our priority is for fencing to protect native habitats such as waterways, native vegetation and revegetation sites. As seen in these photos of volunteers constructing fences for a revegetation corridor and a section of the King Parrot Creek in Flowerdale.
To volunteer or to find out more about our fencing program phone Chris Cobern on 5736 0104.
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