The Mt Evelyn Aqueduct Friends group aims to maintain and improve the Aqueduct walking Trail in two ways:
1) Organise activities around bush regeneration. This means removing environmental weeds that have taken hold and which suppress the growth of local indigenous species. We also conduct planting of local species in late winter and spring.
2) We also conduct occasional plant identification walks along the Aqueduct Trail to assist in making people aware of the natural beauty of our indigenous species.
Friends of Water Race and Quinn Reserve Inc. (FWRQR) incorporated on 11th August 1998 and is located in Mt Evelyn. The group’s main aims are:-
To restore as far as is practicable the alignment of the Water Race as a walking trail, incorporating existing roads, with linkages to the Mt Evelyn Aqueduct Walk, Warburton Trail, Lillydale Lake and Silvan Reservoir.
To enhance the environmental characteristics of the Water Race and Quinn Reserve.
To preserve and publicise the historic aspects of the Water Race. Opened in 1905, the Water Race provided the first water supply for the town of Lilydale. The Water Race formation and artifacts are included in the Shire’s Heritage Overlay. (HO255)).
MEEPPA meet on the first Wednesday of each month at the Mt Evelyn Community Room (Mt Evelyn Library, Wray Cres).
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