|Project Officer||Sara Weir (Dulex)|
Thanks to hard work from a number of local community members, work towards the restoration and revegetation of the Jayes Bridge site is well on the way.
It has nearly been two years since the site was rehabilitated and over 800 native seedlings planted. Overall the seedlings did very well and some event had to be cut out of their protective tree guards.
As a final component of the project, 13 interpretive signs were erected on the public land in June 2013. These included information on the history of the site, local flora, local fauna and general fire safety.
The BBG hopes that the site restoration will continue to bring interest and pleasure in the tranquil surroundings of the Blackwood River.