Articles from Bon Bon Station Reserve (0 articles)

Hector & Sadie; clean & tidy

One the less glamorous but necessary jobs for Bush Heritage staff who live and work on remote reserves, is the management of household rubbish and other waste materials.  Another is keeping reserve infrastructure such visitors quarters, machinery sheds, workshops etc. well maintained plus efficient in terms of the resources they use, such as water, power and gas.  We call these jobs our “Hector – trash collector”… Read more »

Rehab success

Various infiltration and soil erosion mitigation techniques have been applied in some areas on Bon Bon Station Reserve over the past few years, where we've had the tools (and advice) available to start a repair process.  We've some attached photos here to show the results so far. Read more »

The Green Army digging trenches for Bon Bon

I work in the mid-north of South Australia as a supervisor/team leader for Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) with a green army government program. Part of my job is to ensure participants gain skills to help with further employment and get a better understanding of the importance of conservation. Read more »

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