Custodian Uncle Cecil Roberts and project manager Tracey King with trainee rangers Monica, Linda, Charles, Dean and Dylan in front of their new propagation facilities. Photo by Bob Dooley.
Custodian Uncle Cecil Roberts and project manager Tracey King with trainee rangers Monica, Linda, Charles, Dean and Dylan in front of their new propagation facilities. Photo by Bob Dooley.

New nursery helps Nimbin Rocks

Ngulingah Local Aboriginal Land Council opened their new nursery as part of their Nimbin Rocks restoration project on Monday.

Project manager Tracey King said they were also launching a new project in partnership with the DECC (Department of Environment and Climate Change) which is a DVD education kit.

“It's really value-adding to the Nimbin Rocks project. It will be aimed at school kids and trying to get people to understand the environmental and cultural heritage values of Nimbin Rocks,” she said.

Threatened species will be identified in the DVD as well as the uses of various plants. Tracey said she would also like to hear from anyone in the community who has stories about the cultural heritage of the area.

She can be contacted on 6621 5003.


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