Plant of the Month

Spotted Gum (Corymbia maculata)

Spotted Gum (Corymbia maculata)

Spotted gum is one of the best known of all of the eucalypts on the East Coast of Australia because of its stately, tall growth habit and distinctive trunk which is blotched with patches of old bark contrasting with the smooth, cream bark beneath. It is provides...

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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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Tips, Tricks & Tools

After the Fires

Once the flames die down and the smoke clears the question arises “what now?” Now that the adrenaline has flushed out of the system and you face a whole new blackened landscape, it can be more daunting than when the fires were burning. At least then there was only one...

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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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Resources

Plants of the Box Gum Grassy Woodlands

Plants of the Box Gum Grassy Woodlands

This vegetation community is listed as an Ecologically Endangered Community because of the flora and fauna this community supports, including the species of White Box, Yellow Box, and Blakely’s Gum.

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News

Do You Have a Small Farm or Semi-Rural Block?

Do You Have a Small Farm or Semi-Rural Block?

The Every Bit Counts project recognises all small farms and lifestyle blocks (2 to 20ha) play an important role in managing our natural resource and agricultural environments. This project will coordinate workshops, local resources and build a connected community...

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Bushfire Recovery Resources

Bushfire Recovery Resources

NRM Regions Australia have collated a set of resources from around the country to help with bushfire recovery. Main resources menu page is here. A particularly useful document is the Hotspots Fire Project- managing fire on your property- a guide for NSW landholders. ...

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Project Achievements

Community tree planting at historic reserve

Community tree planting at historic reserve

Hunter Region Landcare Network received a grant from the Communities Environment program to continue work regenerating the Lower Hunter Valley Dry Rainforest endangered ecological community after previous project funding finished.

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Grants

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