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A Plant Nerd Answers: Processionary Caterpillar

The caterpillars nest in, on, or at the base of various trees leaving them to bury themselves in the ground and pupate.

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Improving Linear Corridors

There is strong science showing that well-structured shelterbelts and windbreaks not only support wildlife but improve productivity on farms generally.

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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 OCTOBER 2018 with over 150 students and families planting approximately 800 trees and shrubs. The event, sponsored by Bengalla Mining Company, was organised by Council staff with... read more

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 you to tell the story of your Landcare group and be part of a special publication we are putting together to celebrate this anniversary.  This book will... read more

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 Assembly of the NSW Parliament yesterday which enabled MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended during Sustaining Landcare... read more

Grant Awarded to Putty Valley

Three Valleys Landcare Group (TVLG) has been awarded a grant of $99,827 under the 2018 round of the Restoration and Rehabilitation program from the NSW Government’s Environmental Trust.  This grant is for the delivery of the project entitled Putty Creek... read more

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 Boomerang Park. A community event was held in the Raymond Terrace park on August 30, attracting more than 25 people, which kicked off the initiative. ... read more

Hunter Floodplain Red Gum Woodland regeneration

A long awaited planting day with Singleton Shire Landcare at Col Fisher Park in Singleton was a great success.  The Hunter Floodplain Red Gum Woodland  (Endangered Ecological Community) along the banks of this Creek  is undergoing regeneration thanks to Singleton... read more

Muster to Shape the Future of Landcare in NSW

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