Resources

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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Reflection: Weeds Conference

Weeds continue to be a big problem for NSW- What are the strategies, research and new products being developed? Are we effectively putting the ‘We’ in weeds across tenure?

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New App: I Spy Koala 

A new app encourages users to record sightings of Koalas

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How Tea Bags Can Measure Soil Health

The Tea Bag Index (TBI), first published in 2013, can be used as a method of comparing the rates of decomposition of organic matter in soil.

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Work Health and Safety Forms

To meet your legal obligations, you should be keeping safety records for each working bee or field day that your group takes part in. HRLN has developed a WHS Risk assessment form and Daily diary with WHS checklist for your group to download and use.

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Book Review: A Little Book of Latin for Gardeners

We’ve all been there, reading a botanical name and wondering both how to pronounce it and what the strange words actually mean.

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Daily Dairy & WHS Checklist for Landcare Groups

Download this diary and checklist template.

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Biodiversity Conservation Trust

What is the Biodiversity Conservation Trust all about and how can Landcarers benefit?

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Gumnuts of the Upper Hunter

Bark types and gumnuts (or “fruit”) are a handy way of determining which group a Eucalypt belongs to.

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Eucalypt Bark Types

Just as their fruits (gumnuts) can help us figure out which Eucalypt is which so can their bark, these are some commonly seen in the Upper Hunter.  

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