Community Planting Kicks Off in Kin Kin
The Friends of Kin Kin Creek, supported by Noosa Landcare's Kin Kin Catchment Restoration Project, are organising a 'Community Planting' in Kin Kin on Sunday March 16th.
It will kick off at 9 o'clock, with refreshments and a BBQ finishing the morning's activities by midday. Volunteers can park out the front of the Kin Kin School and follow the signs to the revegetation site. Bring along a hat, gloves and appropriate footwear.
The area to be revegetated on Keys Creek (a tributary of Kin Kin Creek which flows through the township) has recently become Noosa Council parkland. It is in conjunction with Noosa Council that this planting is possible and their Environment Services team have been preparing the site.
Council will be providing a FREE Sausage Sizzle on the day, as well as maintaining the site after planting. The Kin Kin Catchment Restoration Project is supplying the plants, thanks to funding from SEQ Catchments.