Warrah Continues to Restore Their Natural Environment

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Warrah is set to receive $18,180 from the Morrison Government to complete Stage 2 of their Weed Management bushland project.

Having already completed Stage 1 of their Weed Management bushland project, Warrah will now be able to complete Stage 2 of their project.  Stage 2 will focus on removal of extensive lantana infestation, bamboo and other weed species throughout Warrah’s bushland. 

“This funding will allow Warrah’s beautiful grounds to be preserved for future generations to enjoy,” said Julian Leeser MP.

Warrah will use an ecological management consultancy organisation – Apunga – to complete the works.  The project will also include replanting of more appropriate species and stabilising the soil.  

Warrah is a Rudolf Steiner organisation dedicated to enriching the lives of people with disabilities.  The organisation is situated on a 30 acre parcel of land in Dural and operates a number of enterprises including the Warrah Special School, the Warrah Biodynamic Farm and the Warrah Farm Shop, as well as a number of other disability support services.

For more information about the Communities Environment Program, visit

https://www.environment.gov.au/cep

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