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Ludlow Art Prize

March 18, 2023
We encourage the best southwest of Western Australia artists to enter this inaugural competition.The Ludlow Art Prize will bring people together to shine a light on the listed, critically endangered Tuart woodlands and forests of the Swan Coastal Plain ecological c...
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Community award

January 26, 2023
The Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group has been awarded the ┬┤Shire of Capel Community Group of the Year Winner`.As part of the recognition, the Shire of Capel has kindly donated $1,000 along with a show bag of practical items we can use at Ludlow. They will be much appre...
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Spring in the Forest

October 9, 2022
Join us at Ludlow for the official opening of the former forestry District Office as a Ludlow settlement historical display and a window into the tuart forest. We are also celebrating the work we have done in the forest and the next phase to increase the biodiversity of our ...
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Arum lily eradication

July 9, 2022
Over the past 4 years, together with Parks and Wildlife and our Ludlow volunteers, we have made a significant impact and near eradication of Arum lilies in the Lockhart and Central planting blocks. This Arum lily control will continue within the 2022 tuart forest planting ar...
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Mid 2020, we commenced our understory rehabilitation of the Ludlow settlement 50 hectare lease. With the support of Parks and Wildlife and a grant from Plantrite native nursery and a Federal Government Communities Environment program grant, we successfully planted a range of...
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The Bushfire Front

June 14, 2022

The Bushfire Front

Members of the Bushfire Front visited Ludlow recently to gain an insight into the work of the Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group. ...
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Focus on friends - The Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group, by President Des Donnelly ...
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Ludlow greenhouse

May 15, 2022
The Ludlow greenhouse project in all its splendour! Even our brickie works on Sundays and has done a superb job. We can't show you his face though. He is retired and doesn't want any more jobs!...
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Ludlow Masterplan

March 16, 2022
In 1918, the WA Government passed the Forests ACT and established the No. 1 and No. 2 State forests at Ludlow. The first forestry school was established at Ludlow in 1921 by the then Conservator of Forests, Charles Lane-Poole. Now 100 years on, the Ludlow Tuart Forest Restor...
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Ludlow Settlement lease

February 2, 2022
We are pleased to announce that the Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group (LTFRG) has been granted a lease by the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) over the heritage listed Ludlow Forestry Settlement. The initial term of the lease is 20 years wit...
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