Rotary Club of Pinjarra hopes to bring degraded bushland back to former glory


Rotary Club of Pinjarra members Peter Gillett and Geoff Booth. Picture: Gavin Harrison
Rotary Club of Pinjarra members Peter Gillett and Geoff Booth. Picture: Gavin Harrison

ROTARY Club of Pinjarra members planted about 700 native trees and shrub seedlings in a degraded section of bushland in Pinjarra.

The bushland reserve on Moores Road had previously been used as a motocross track and was quite degraded.

Rotary Club members hope to restore the area to its former condition.

Seedlings for the project were donated by the club and the Shire of Murray provided the tree guards.

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