Inglewood Triangle - amazing bushland in the heart of suburbia

Inglewood Triangle News

Welcome to our new news look for Inglewood Triangle. We are now using a web based app to inform you about our conservation efforts.  


Welcome to 2013

Although it is much too hot to weed, it is time to start thinking and planning our activities for 2013! 

Coffee Meeting
Please join us for coffee on Sunday 10 February 2013 at 10:00 am at Mia Cafe, Beaufort Street and Tenth Avenue, Inglewood to plan our 2013 activities and to review what we achieved in 2012.   We will also do the official stuff of confirming office bearers for 2013.  

Interpretive Signs
We will be finalising details and installing interpretive signs signs in Inglewood Triangle during the next few months - with funding from the DEC Community Environment grants scheme.  We have had productive talks with the City of Stirling about format and are now identifying images and text that can be used on the signs. Thanks to Rob Walker for some wonderful photos from Inglewood Triangle.  

Membership of Friends of Inglewood Triangle

Our costs for running the Friends group are very modest. We are seeking a $5 membership contribution from people interested in supporting our Friends group.  Payment can be made via EFT to our bank account -  Westpac Account 036041/ 265907 – Friends of Inglewood Triangle.  Your support is greatly appreciated! 

Clean Up Australia Day

Once again, Inglewood Triangle will be a Clean Up Australia Day site.  Join us any time from 7:30 am to 10:00 am on Sunday 3 March and help with rubbish collection and some veldt grass removal!  

We would love to see you all come along. You can find full details on our 'Clean Up site'

What's in flower?

In this newsletter, we show some of plants flowering in the harsh heat of summer.

In an anti-clockwise direction from the top of the page:
-  yellow Calytrix flavescens
- pink Calytrix fraseri
- pale Scholtzia involucrata
- orange Jacksonia furcellata

Our web presence

We have recently updated our webpage on the UBC website to include a comprehensive list (with images) of all the native plants and the weed species found in Inglewood Triangle.  
This small bit of bush contains more than 80 species of WA native plants.  
The plant list can be found in the Resources section.
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