The Barkers Creek Clean-up Project was initiated by the Barkers Creek Landcare Network in 2011, to enhance community engagement and awareness across the Barkers Creek project area.
The aim of the project is to reduce the growth and spread of Blackberry and
Gorse, on private and public land, by working with all land managers to
implement appropriate control measures. Participating landholders may be
eligible for financial support. Funding for the Barkers Creek Clean-up Project
has been provided by the Victorian Government’s 2011-12 Landcare grants,
the North Central Catchment Management Authority and the
Victorian Blackberry and Gorse Taskforces.
If you have Barkers Creek running through (or adjoining) your property
and haven’t been in contact yet, please get in touch with us by phoning
the project officer, Michael Luke on 5472 1594 or by completing and returning the expression of interest form below:
Barkers Creek Cleanup Project – Landholder Invite Letter
Alternatively, you may email Michael at email@example.com
Barkers Creek Local Action Plan
The Barkers Creek Landcare Network are pleased to announce that the Barkers Creek Local Action Plan is now finalised. It can be downloaded here.