At Franh’s Farm, they are reconstructing woodland habitat for native flora and fauna. So far they have built a kangaroo proof fence, reseeded 15ha of native grasses and planted countless native plants. But, the work isn’t finished.
Girls Rock! reached out to us to help kit out the team who came along. Weeding is physical work, and we were so excited to help these volunteers be comfortable and protected out on Franh’s Farm.
Weeding days are an important way to clean up and maintain all the hard work that has been done for biodiversity. Removing weeds allows the young native species that have been planted to flourish.
This event took place on the stolen lands of the Ngadjuri people, and we recognise them as the traditional owners of this land and pay respect to Elders, past, present and emerging of the Ngadjuri nation.
BioR is non-profit organisation that reconstructs native habitats across South Australia, and connects the community with the land.
Girls Rock! Adelaide runs programs and camps for gender-diverse youth, girls, and trans-masc youth ages 10-17.
Shot by Mariah AnzilMusic by honeybeam