Friday, 15 December 2017
	IN ACTION... Yorke team leader Max Barr and Green Army participants Hamish McHugh, Jeremy Hart, Daniel Square, Brodie O’Sullivan and Deryce Cattermole planting at Thidna Conservation Park, south of Corny Point, one of several projects completed during the past 12 months.  IN ACTION... Yorke team leader Max Barr and Green Army participants Hamish McHugh, Jeremy Hart, Daniel Square, Brodie O’Sullivan and Deryce Cattermole planting at Thidna Conservation Park, south of Corny Point, one of several projects completed during the past 12 months. PHOTO: Erica Lawley

Green Army hangs up the gloves on YP projects

Green Army volunteers have spent the past 12 months completing two conservation projects across the Yorke Peninsula.

“The two projects, Enhancing Habitat Restoration Efforts of Yorke Peninsula, were an initiative of Naturally Yorke,” Natural Resources Northern and Yorke team leader Max Barr said.

“The work 14 young locals completed was invaluable, directly improving critical habitat areas for some of Yorke Peninsula’s most threatened species.

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