The Pullen Pullen Catchments Group has established five groups to carry out our objectives in the catchment:
- Pullen Pullen Catchments Group, in collaboration with Brisbane City Council established four local Bushcare groups to assist with the care of Council controlled public land in the catchment. At present two groups are active. Pullenvale Forest Park and Anstead Bushland.
Communications, Education and Data
- In keeping with Pullen Pullen Creek Catchments Group's objective to facilitate educational, cultural and environmental awareness in the community, a communications, education and data group has been established.
- There is a very experienced and active group for the rescue, care and rehabilitation of wildlife.
- Pullen Pullen Catchments Group has recently become involved in Waterwatch. This program encourages collaboration between governments, universities and industries to assist communities to assess catchment health via the quality of the water in the main creeks of the catchment to and address problems if necessary.
- Members of the Pullen Pullen Catchment Group are entitled to access locally sourced and grown native plants from the Moggill Creek Catchment Group nursery in Brookfield. For more information please see the Moggill Creek Catchment Group
Assistance for Landholders Now Available - Pullen Pullen Catchment Group is pleased to announce the launch of Protecting Our Eucalypt Forests and Creeks in Pullen Pullen Catchment project. The over-arching vision of the project is to build partnerships with private landholders, local government and regional bodies to protect and enhance eucalypt forests and to protect and rehabilitate waterway corridors in the upper catchment of Pullen Pullen Creek.
Please find attached information on the project and how you can be involved.