N4C in the Regenerator Newsletter

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N4C featured in the Autumn edition of the Regenerator Newsletter, among other catchment groups who have also celebrated 20 years of operation recently. 

The Regenerator is the newsletter of BCC Community Conservation Partnerships Program (which includes Habitat Brisbane, Creek Catchments, Wildlife Conservation Partnerships and environment centres). Thanks to Michael Thorley of the Creek Catchment Program for organising the article.  Use the link below to download a copy of the magazine, which also contains other interesting articles (4MB).

Map of our area

What's happening where

Join N4C as a member

Join us and really make a difference

Membership makes a difference for our lobbying efforts. Help by planting, pulling weeds or pushing a pen. It takes a range of individuals to get our creeks back into shape and educate future generations.

Join now

Report environmental damage

Did you see something happen to our waterway?

If you see oily water, dead fish, dumping of rubbish, garden waste or tree removal on a creek bank, contact us or call Brisbane City Council 07 3403 8888

Volunteers needed

Assistant bookkeeper

Help with preparing monthly reports

Bushcare volunteers

Greenslopes DCP bushcare group needs more volunteers

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