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A number of graziers in the Gloucester area recently completed a two day course on property planning using FarmKeeper software. The course, subsidised by the ...
The second annual Platypus Festival is on in September and it is shaping up to be a popular fixture in the Gloucester events calendar.
The Community Environment Network (CEN) is partnering with the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (CMA) and Wyong Shire Council to ensure a ...
The CMA recently received approval for a major grazing management project that partners the CMA with five large land holders in the Manning River’s upper catchment.
The Palmgrove-Ourimbah Landcare Group is to be congratulated on its recent successful win of a $240,000 grant from the NSW Environmental Trust to be spent over six years ...
The CMA has partnered with the Central Coast Marine Discovery Centre to help save much needed habitat for the endangered Bush Stone-curlew. These birds are in such ...
Volunteers helping to care for our coast 31-Jul-2012
Students, Landcare volunteers and local business groups have joined forces to protect bushland, including an ecologically endangered rainforest community next to Burwood ...
Free soil carbon workshops 30-Jul-2012
With all this talk of carbon going around it’s easy to get confused about the matter, but a workshop from the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (CMA) ...
DOZENS of feral dogs have been removed from the Widden and Baerami Valley under an innovative partnership between Livestock Health and Pest Authority (LHPA) and the ...
Stage one of a collaborative project to regenerate more than 3.5 ha of littoral rainforest on the headland at Saltwater National Park near Taree has been completed.
|29 May 2013||6.30pm Dr David Feary, Chancellors Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Fish Ecology Lab, University of Technology, Sydney Latitudinal shifts in coral|
|30 May 2013||Dung beetles are your paddocks ultimate recyclers, capable of burying manure left by a herd of 450 cattle in less than a day. In this workshop landhol|
|5 Jun 2013||For the past two years the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (CMA) has been working with local farmers to investigate how pasture c|