Basalt to Bay hits the news from time to time. Below is a selection of articles from the not-too-distant past showing what we have been getting up to.
The existence of these owls is largely due to the retention of remnant habitat trees after the Ash Wednesday fires in 1983. During the post fire activities there was a significant loss of trees in the landscape due to clearing…
They say from little things big things grow and that’s certainly the case with the Friends of Flagstaff Hill latest donation to help replace vegetation lost in the St Patrick’s Day fires.
Brauer College students put the ideal of the Hands on Learning program into practice when they built a boundary fence at the St Helens Flora Reserve near Yambuk.
Basalt to Bay connects with young people through a vocational training program that encourages them to investigate future career options in conservation and land management.