The trunks of Fig trees removed from Enmore Park find a new home in Mahoney Reserve.

The trunks of Fig trees removed from Enmore Park find a new home in Mahoney Reserve.

These look like the trunks of the old Fig trees recently removed from Enmore Park.  They are now located alongside the river in Mahoney Reserve Marrickville South.  Not only will the wood return nutrients to the soil as they decay, but being hollow, they will also provide snug habitat for a range of wildlife.

Some other tree trunks have been placed in the new revegetation area at Wave Rock in the Marrickville Golf Course.

This is a good thing done by Marrickville Council.

These old tree trunks will feed the soil & provide habitat for a range of small creatures.

These old tree trunks will feed the soil & provide habitat for a range of small creatures.

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