Todd River

The large established trees and new growth require ongoing removal of introduced Buffel Grass. The maintenance protects and helps to restore native species.

River red gums get much needed attention

Two working bees over the last month have addressed the issue of buffel grass around river reds and other native vegetation. The first, on the last Sunday of August, concentrated on a patch around the mouth of the Burke St drain to Schwarz Crs on the eastern bank....

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Buffel Bust in the River

Olive Pink Botanic Garden Landcare group will be conducting a fuel reduction activity in The Todd River between Stott Tce Bridge and Tuncks Rd causeway on September 17 from 8 to 10 AM. Meet at the gazebo in the garden. Visit their website more...

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2nd Annual Buffel Bust!!

The 2nd Annual Buffel Bust was held at the Town Todd on Sunday September 11 as part of National Landcare Week. Volunteers did their bit to protect the native vegetation and established trees from wildfire by creating a buffer zone around them Peter Latz gave a talk on...

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Town Todd field day

Town Todd field day removal of buffel from established trees and new growth, to protect from fires Bruce Simmons removing buffel. Tim Collins President of Alice Springs Landcare removing buffel to protect a beautiful old tree in the Lower Todd. A good ute load of...

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