Roberts Creek (Cedar Grove) – Restoring the health of the land through corridors that lead to waterways is critical for safe water supply and providing water for all living species.
Cedar Grove Landcare has been working with landholders along Roberts creek for the past five years to remove invasive weed species, predominantly Dolichandra unguis-cati (Cats Claw Creeper) and restore native vegetation to encourage the movement of native species to and from the Logan River.
Grant funding from the Community Sustainability Action Grants and Logan City Council Envirogrants have supported landholders in restoring this vital corridor for native species. New landholders are joining the project each year after seeing the transformation of neighbouring properties. The aim of the project is to eradicate cats claw creeper from the creek and create safe habitat and passage for all native species.