Friends of Black Cockatoo Reserves mark 20 years of flora and fauna care in Mundaring

Mundaring Shire President John Daw with members of Friends of the Black Cockatoo Reserves.
Mundaring Shire President John Daw with members of Friends of the Black Cockatoo Reserves.

VOLUNTEERS are celebrating 20 years of caring for flora and fauna in the Shire of Mundaring.

The Shire recently awarded the Friends of Black Cockatoo Reserves a $500 ‘quick grant’ as reward for the group’s efforts to help conserve more than 32 hectares of bushland south of Jarrah Road in Mundaring.

New reserve signs were made with the help of Mundaring Men’s Shed to acknowledge the volunteers’ contributions.

Shire President John Daw said that without the help of volunteers, many local organisations, events and services would cease to function.

For information on grants and volunteering, contact the Shire’s grants and volunteer advisor Tracey Peacock on 9290 6678.