Category Archives: Wildlife Corridor

Meeting Costa at Millen Farm

By: Michael Fox I visited Millen Farm at Samford yesterday for their International Compost Awareness Week event. It was a real pleasure to listen as Costa, from Gardening Australia, shared his passion for everything from plants to people. Costa talk … Continue reading

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Pollinator Link Display – Paten Park Native Nursery

By: Michael Fox I know Backyard Bee Homes are valuable Shelter for our native bees, however, I was still amazed to a prospective tenant checking out the accommodation before I even finished up setting up the Pollinator Link Display. Pollinator … Continue reading

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Are you ready to be a Pollinator Link Hero?

By: Michael Fox To achieve our target of 30,000 Brisbane gardens by 2022 we are recruiting Pollinator Link® Heros to help. Are you saying: “I already have water, food and shelter in my garden for wildlife. So I don’t need to register as … Continue reading

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Target 30,000 Brisbane Gardens

By: Michael Fox Do you want to see more butterflies, birds and bees in parks and gardens around Brisbane? Join others who are already bringing a bit of bush into their urban gardens; providing water, food and shelter for our … Continue reading

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Building community and training the next generation

By: Laurie Deacon Twelve community members and one dog – 34 hours of volunteer work. It is a real pleasure to be out getting my hands dirty building habitat and building community. The team were busy setting up irrigation systems … Continue reading

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Pollinator Link display for events

By: Michael Fox Purpose built portable Pollinator Link® now available for Community Nurseries, catchment groups, Community Gardens, Habitat Brisbane Bushcare events, schools, etc. . . . . . The display is lightweight, easily transported and quickly customised with a local … Continue reading

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Griffith Mates return to the garden

It was a great Sunday afternoon with Griffith Mates students having fun and working with community members at Mt Gravatt SHS Pollinator Link Garden. An interesting mix of students mostly from China, Korea, Taiwan and India and doing degrees in Business, Finance, Law and Engineering! Continue reading

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