Did you know that the coastal area north and south of the Cape Jervis Ferry Terminal contains over 214 different species of indigenous plants, in a narrow 8 km strip around the tip of the Fleurieu? 50 of these plant species are classified as endangered, vulnerable, rare or threatened.
The Cape Jervis Coastal Community Group (CJCCG) is protecting the high profile site between the township and the ferry terminal. Join us having fun in the outdoors, or help behind the scenes. Activities include seed collecting, propagating, weeding, watering and taking photos.
Between us we can increase the number of indigenous plants growing in this harsh coastal environment while providing nature trails to allow more people to enjoy our unique native flora.
The Cape Jervis Coastal Community Group is planning to revegetate the high profile site between the township and the ferry terminal, bordered by Flinders Dr, Fleurieu Rd, Sorata St and the sea. Join us propagating and planting indigenous coastal plants, building on the efforts of other groups in the Cape Jervis region.
The increase in local flora will provide habitat for more birds, butterflies, reptiles, insects and mammals!
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