Hunter Region Landcare Network - How to get involved

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Christmas Bells

Christmas Bells

Christmas Bells (Blandfordia grandiflora) are reasonably common in coastal heathlands with most flowering around Christmas time up to about 4 years after fires or other clearing.

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Standing under the Mistletoe

Standing under the Mistletoe

An interesting group of plants are the Mistletoes, parasitising their host trees for water and nutrients they are an extremely important part of the ecosystem.

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Blue Grass, Music to my ears.

Blue Grass, Music to my ears.

One of the earliest summer grasses to pop up, and one of the quickest to respond to a bit of rain is one of my favourites, Blue Grass or Dichanthium sericium.

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Weed or native?

Weed or native?

Going by the rather unglamorous common name of Scurvy Weed this little forest groundcover is quite common in moist areas and, unfortunately, is often mistaken for a weed species (the common name doesn’t help). Commelina cyanea, or Scurvy Weed is a common understory...

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New App: Birdata

New App: Birdata

Did you know birds are a key indicator for biodiversity health in the landscape?  How healthy is your patch?

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The Peter Lever

The Peter Lever

Used every now and then by bush regenerators for digging the crowns out of things like asparagus fern and also good for digging into gravelly creekbanks when doing plantings.

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Landcare NSW Council – Report

Landcare NSW Council – Report

Since its inception, there has been a representative from the Hunter Region Landcare Network on the Landcare NSW Council and in some years, that representative has served on the Executive body of the organisation.

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Introducing Henrietta

Introducing Henrietta

Henrietta is our newly appointed Hunter Regional Landcare Coordinator. Her role is to support the capacity of the local Landcare coordinators and HRLN to deliver on programs with a focus on regional initiatives.

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Hunter Region Weather

The interactive weather tool below allows you lists 4 major weather stations in the Hunter region. Choose the region from the drop down list.

Weather provided by Willy Weather

 

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Find out how you can be part of the action

We always welcome new members who are keen to get involved at the regional level. We can also help you find your local Landcare groups.

Upcoming Events

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30 Years of Landcare in the Hunter 

31 January 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Book Launch/Celebration - Save the date: Friday 31st January 2020

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