Friends of Brisbane Ranges have been involved with a number of projects over more than 30 years, including;
Brush-tailed Phascogale Project
The use of nest boxes to provide habitat for arboreal mammals is experiencing a significant increase in popularity and implementation Learm More
Wildflowers of the Brisbane Ranges book
The publication of the Wildflowers of the Brisbane Ranges book by Clive and Merle Trigg in 2000
Waterwatch Program in Sutherlands Creek and Anakie Gorge in conjunction with Corangamite Catchment Management Authority - usually carried out quarterly.
Ongoing Monitoring programs
Ongoing Monitoring programs including photographs over the years from specific photo points and remote camera monitoring of mammals and more.
FoBR and VNPA Naturewatch
FoBR and VNPA Naturewatch monitor the health of our iconic Grass Trees (Xanthorrhoea australis) for Phytophthora cinnamomi, a disease that attacks plant roots, causing 'dieback' and often leading to the death of native plants. Monitoring began is 2007 and is now carried out every two years in Autumn and Spring.
Wildflowers Shows showcasing the diversity of the Brisbane Ranges plants and terrestial orchids - held over many years and recently every two years - in October. Future plans depend upon volunteer involvement.