Hundreds Pitch in for Cudlee Creek Habitat Recovery

A conservation ‘supergroup’ has recruited hundreds of new volunteers to restore native habitat after the devastating Cudlee Creek busfires.
Boosted with funding from Landcare Australia Bushfire Recovery Grants, the 'Habitat Recovery Alliance' (HRA) has been growing 16,750 seedlings from 42 different plant species.

Secretary of the Upper River Torrens Landcare Group, Kim Thompson was the instigator of the group. She joins Jennie Lenman to discuss.

Photo of Workshop Volunteer Matt Sharp from Birdwood SA, supplied by Habitat Recovery Alliance