In June 2022, we planted 2,000 seedlings where we had removed the
Brazilian pepper trees (woody weeds).
In February 2022, we removed a large section of woody weeds
In 2021,we installed a new bench at the top of the hill so that visitors can stay awhile and enjoy the fantastic view.
In November 2021 our Community Stewardship Grant application through the State National Resource Management (NRM) was successful. This application was considered by the assessment panel as a good, solid NRM project. The feedback from the assessment panel was that the funding request was reasonable and good value for money and that there was a clear need and rationale for linkages between the coast and Beeliar wetlands. They also recognised that the project for weedy weed control is a genuine community driven project, which shows that FoCH have collaborated with all relevant stakeholders and also demonstrates good co-contributions from the City of Fremantle. We are working with the South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL) and the Cockburn Community Wildlife Corridor (CCWC) to implement the project.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Whadjuk Noongar elders past, present and emerging whose land was never ceded.