Coolum and North Shore Coast Care has registered a site for Healthy Waterways’ Connect to your Creek Week.
Our activity will involve a paddle and cleanup of the Maroochy River around the Muller Park Boat Ramp, situated at Muller Park Bli Bli, on the eastern side of the Maroochy River. Access is from David Low Way. The activity will commence at 8am and continue until about 10.30am. Gloves and bags will be provided. Bring your own canoe or boat if you can.
Please register on the Healthy Waterways website at http://healthywaterways.org/eventscalendar/healthy-banks-healthy-waters-2-eve-10285
Looking forward to meeting you!
Please see below for the March edition of Jetsam, CaNSCC quarterley newsletter.
CDCCG Newsletter_Issue 18_Mar2016
The Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland and the Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network are currently working on a project to map infestations of the declared Dutchmans Pipe vine Aristolochia elegans. If you can help them locate occurrences of the vine in Southeast Queensland please see the attached information.
Dutchmans Pipe Project
Join with Kabi Kabi Traditional Owner Bridgette Davis and Torrie Curry from the Bunya Bunya Country Aboriginal Corporation to celebrate Queensland Womens Week with two workshops about Aboriginal cultural heritage including Traditional and historical story places.
The first workshop will be held at Stumers Creek Park, just north of Coolum Beach CBD via David Low Way and Stumers Creek Road, on Friday 11 March. The second will be held at Power Memorial Park Mudjimba Esplanade on Sunday 13 March (next to the Mudjimba Surf Life Saving Club). Both will run from 10.30am until 12 noon. Free refreshments including bush tucker will be provided. All welcome. BYO hat and chair.
The workshops are being sponsored by YWCA Queensland in partnership with the Queensland Government. See attached posters for further details.
Coolum and North Shore Coast Care has registered a site for Clean Up Australia Day, Sunday 6 March 2016, from 8am to 10.30am. The clean up will take place at Twin Waters – meeting at 8am at Beach Access 135, at the southern end of the carpark at the end of North Shore Road Twin Waters and working until mid-morning through the dunes and beach areas to the Maroochy River estuary.
We’d love you to join us in this activity – gloves and rubbish bags will be provided. Please register on the Clean Up Australia Day registration site http://www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/Beach+Access+135 .
The morning will include a cultural heritage walk and talk provided by local Kabi Kabi Traditional Owners who are joining in the activity.
Looking forward to meeting you!
A reminder that, as part of Sunshine Coast Council’s ‘clean up for the hatchlings’ initiative, Coolum and North Shore Coast Care is hosting a beach cleanup and tree planting at North Marcoola tomorrow Saturday 6 February, at Beach Access 105 (200 metres south of the Marcoola Surf Lifesaving Club and across the road from the cafes). All welcome.
The activity commences at 6.15am with a cleanup along the beach and dunes, so that turtle hatchlings will not be impeded by debris and plastic as they make their way to the ocean. After an hour on the beach, we will be planting on the dunes, to ensure their health and stability.
The activity will conclude with a sausage sizzle in the park opposite the cafes, at 8.15.