Ludlow, Western Australia
Our objective is to restore and protect the iconic Ludlow Tuart Forest, and the historic Ludlow settlement for the benefit of future generations, biodiversity, tourism, education and research.
Every Wednesday (Ludlow utilities group)
Every Wednesday morning, a number of dedicated members (some would say with too much time on their hands!), spend the morning repairing and upgrading essential utilities at the Ludlow site. If you have some trade skills, or just handy with a hammer or a shovel, come along and join us.
Monday 1 July 2019 (Committee meeting)
The next committee meeting will be meeting will be held at the Capel Senior Citizens Centre, Roe Rd, Capel commencing 5pm. All members are welcome to attend committee meetings as observers. The agenda will be posted a couple of days prior to the meeting.
Sunday 7 July 2019 (Ludlow Busy bee)
Busy bees are held on the first Sunday of each month at the Ludlow mill, commencing at 8am. Bring along morning tea and socialise with some wonderful people. More info to follow in due course. Bet you can't wait!
Monday 17 June 2019 (Tuart seedling planting begins - yay)
The Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group will commence a planting programme of 30 hectares of former tuart forest in what is known as the `Lochart Block`, off Tuart Drive, Ludlow from Monday 17th June 2019 for a period of ten days.
Join the conversation today and support our group.