Blue Stakes

Star Bush plants can be difficult to see, especially out of flowering season, so the Project team are placing blue stakes next to each plant, to help protect them. These stakes are there as markers for the team to easily locate plants for survey purposes and for residents to be able to know where they are to work around when gardening. Please do not remove any of these stakes.
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Grade 6’ers and Star Bush on front page

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In April, two of our project team, Non Blair and Lee Fuller proudly joined principle Mark Carver and some of the Grade 6 children for a newspaper photo shoot. The Ranges Trader Mail published the photo and article on the front page showing the Grade 6’ers wearing their jumpers which feature the Star Bush. They had a chance to choose whatever they wanted for their jumpers and chose the Emerald Star Bush. It’s great to see the kids getting on board with local environment issues.