Daisy, Daisy, where on this earth are you?

Click here to find out about Plains Yam Daisy, or Murnong, and the fascinating hunt for its small bright green tufts among the millions of new shoots in newly burnt grassland at Kalkallo in May 2015.

Magical opening to Sumner Loving 2015

 Dancers atMerri ParkThe fabulous Merri Magical Morning opened the 2015 Sumner Loving program on 22 February, offering a new sense of place to Merri Park Northcote. The morning performance and stories from Wurundjeri dancers Djirri Djirri had the audience spellbound, and kids flocked to see the Spotted Marsh Frog, the Blue tongue lizard and the butterflies. Adults enjoyed weaving using local plants and people queued to have indigenous flora and fauna stories painted on their arms.  This event was part of the three year Friends of Merri Creek Sumner Loving project, funded by the State Government’s Communities for Nature grants program.  MCMC is helping the Friends of Merri Creek deliver the project. 

See MCMC's Annual Report and Auditor’s Report for 2013-2014

In 2013-14 we achieved:
• Over 400 community and educational events
• 14,550 plants in the ground.
• Golden Sun Moth and Plains Yam Daisy surveys.
• Working alongside Wurundjeri Elders and the Wurundjeri Narrap team on land management.
• Tackling pollution hotspots in Thomastown

Read about this and more in our latest Annual Report on the MCMC website. See the highlights of the 2013-14 year in the President’s Report, the on-the-ground achievements of our Parkland Management Team, the environmental awareness spread by our Catchment Program Team and of course our yearly finances. More financial details are also available in our latest Auditor’s Report.

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