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Dung beetles and soil health

2 October 2017
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Muster to Shape the Future of Landcare in NSW

5 June 2018

Hunter Floodplain Red Gum Woodland regeneration

A long awaited planting day with Singleton Shire Landcare at Col Fisher Park in Singleton was a great […]
24 September 2018

Creating habitat for native fauna in Port Stephens

Raymond Terrace Parks Reserves and Tidy Town Committee and partners are creating critical habitat for native fauna in […]
24 September 2018

Grant Awarded to Putty Valley

Three Valleys Landcare Group (TVLG) has been awarded a grant of $99,827 under the 2018 round of the […]
25 September 2018
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NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare have their say in Parliament

The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, organised a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative […]
25 September 2018

Pirates of the…. Umm… Muscle Creek.

Landcare sites often have their own unique challenges, weeds, spiky plants, rocky cliffs. Urban Landcare groups have their […]
29 October 2018

Tricks to propagating wattles and members of the pea family (Fabaceae)

Wattle seeds require pre-treatment before germination will commence.  The simplest method is to place the seed in a […]
29 October 2018

30 Years of Landcare in the Hunter publication- Be part of History

Next year (2019) marks 30 years of Landcare across Australia and the Hunter. Hunter Region Landcare Network needs […]
29 October 2018

Community pitches in to plant trees in Scone

The reserve on Bhima Drive in Scone was a hub of activity on Friday 26th and Sunday  28th […]