Fern Creek Gully Restoration Project- 2018 Update

Landcare Support Officer, Daniel Oldfield recently completed a site inspection with Peter Dalton the Landcare Team Leader from Fern Creek Gully Landcare Group. Daniel and Peter walked through the site, as Peter explained the site history and the new up and coming...

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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...

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Warners Creek, Lake Macquarie benefits from funding

In mid 2017 Hunter Region Landcare Network obtained $5600 funding from Hunter Water to assist regeneration works at Warners Creek. These works supported Warners Bay Landcare group and also helped to extend erosion control and creek rehabilitation works funded by LMCC....

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Squirrel Glider Surveying and Spotlighting at Coal Point

11 participants descended upon Coal Point to monitor the population of Squirrel Gliders, and to replace any unused nesting boxes to further encourage continued breeding. Later on, the group went for a spotlight to see whether we could encounter any of the previous...

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PHOTO COMPETITION

Win $250 cash for your Landcare group? We are looking for a 'hero' landscape style photo for the HRLN home page. Show off your team and your Landcare site!  We want to see your group in action in this photo! Deadline extended- Competition ends 30 November. File size...

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Intrepid Landcare teamwork effort

A group of 12 adventurous souls braved the threatening weather at the Hunter Intrepid Landcare event on Saturday, 10 June. The group were originally planning on working with National Parks and Wildlife Service at Blue Gum Hills Regional Park for a session of bush...

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Sustainable small farm education

This workshop booked out in record time! Workshop participants were treated to homemade organic soups and morning tea at Purple Pear Farm while learning about sustainable small farm practices for growing your own food. Topics included permaculture principles, soil...

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All Ages Wowed by the Magic of Mambo Wetlands

Landcare’s workshop on Saturday 13th May drew all ages to experience the biodiversity of Mambo Wetlands.  Children were guided on a bushland treasure hunt looking for bush tucker, termite mounds, feathers, bandicoot holes, and more.  Adults and children alike planted...

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