Spotlight on … Dungog Common Landcare Group

Dungog Common Landcare Group (DCLG) operates under the auspices of the Dungog Common Recreation Reserve Manager (DCRRM) or what we call ‘theTrust’. Our workdays are spent caring for 260 hectares (600 acres) of Crown land on the northwest edge of the Township of Dungog. 

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30 Years of Landcare

To acknowledge 30 years of Landcare in the Hunter, HRLN is putting together a book and providing resource packs to current members.

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Ask a Scientist

Farmers for Climate Action is inviting all farmers to participate in the ‘Ask a Scientist’ project and pose your question to a panel of highly respected climate scientists. Current farming production systems have been forged in the face of great climate variability...

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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...

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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...

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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. ...

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