Endangered Eucalyptus Ecosystems on the Sunshine Coast
Noosa District Landcare Group Inc.
This project aimed to educate the local community on the importance of E. cloeziana, E. conglomerate and other local eucalyptus species.
Tubestock of 5,000 locally endemic eucalyptus species were provided to local landholders, bushcare groups and community volunteers to plant for habitat, connectivity and food source for koalas, possums, bats and native bees. Over a 12 month period, Noosa Landcare participated in 10 School Environmental Education days, held three workshops, and monitored water quality at 65 sites across the Noosa region.