Category Archives: Restoration

Working Bee Sunday 16th, Seaford

DATE: Sunday 16 June (every third Sunday from now) TIME: 9am to 11am followed by morning tea. MEET: Corner of Boonong and Benton Avenues at the pumping station. BRING: Gloves, suitable footwear and clothes, family and friends. Tools provided. After … Continue reading

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Frankston City Urban Forests Community Consultation

Frankston City Urban Forests – Community Consultation to develop an Urban Forest Action Plan What is an Urban Forest? Frankston City’s urban forest consists of all trees and vegetation located throughout the municipality irrespective of the species, location, origin or ownership. … Continue reading

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KCA Working Bee Sunday May 26

All Welcome! A new working bee group will commence in the central section of the reserve. This is fantastic news, so please show your support. Come along, meet your neighbours, make new friends and enjoy a little fresh air and … Continue reading

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Environmental Monitoring – talk at Frankston library March 5

Did you know you can participate in monitoring the health of your environment? Join us for this free event presented by the Down’s Estate Community Project, to learn about the flora and fauna within the Frankston Area and develop an … Continue reading

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Level Crossings – Drop – In Session, May 15

Seaford and Carrum Community Drop-in Session This is an opportunity to get an update on level crossing removals and traffic improvements. It’s an excellent first opportunity to have your say on restoration and beautification works around Seaford Oval and Seaford … Continue reading

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KCA Welcomes Green Army

Happy New Year to all involved with the Kananook Creek Association ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]   Some good news to start 2018.  KCA was successful in gaining some $10,000.00 as a pre federal election commitment and we now have … Continue reading

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KCA Working Bee, Sunday August 6th

Rug up and lend a hand at our working bee this Sunday! Date: Sunday 6th August Time: 9am – 11 am approx Place: Meet at Fiocchi Ave footbridge, Frankston What to wear: Old, warm, all-weather clothing, non-slip footwear, gloves. Tools supplied. … Continue reading

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KCA Winter Newsletter 2017

Eel Race Pumping Station The Kananook Creek Association was delighted to see a new pump being installed in Kananook Creek Pump Station at Patterson Lakes on 16th June 2017.This project has been planned for a number of years with the … Continue reading

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