Stickwork Cathedral Wows MelbourneBy Gerard
Australia is not without its invasive species and a large number of them are plants. Brought into the country by European settlers, many of these species have come to threaten the local flora and fauna. One such species is the willow - a beautiful riverside tree but one which has clogged up Australian waterways for decades.
Now, with the help of American artist Patrick Dougherty, Melbourne Waterways has come up with a novel approach to conservation.
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