Mid Lachlan Landcare

Category: Events


Mid Lachlan Landcare and the Age of Fishes Museum: a great partnership in the development of young people

It’s been a busy few months hosting schools participating in Mid Lachlan Landcare’s Educational Tours, including a visit from a special teacher that’s been bringing his students for the last 15 years.

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Driving Sustainable Land Use

Our new project will assist farmers to make their properties more sustainable and productive by improving biodiversity.

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Field Day highlights importance of Grazing Management Principles

A large crowd gathered to hear from special guest speakers Dr. Terry McCosker and David Marsh at an informative and practical grazing field day.

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Wrap up of Local Area Meetings in South East Local Land Services Region

South East Local Land Services Grazing Management Project aims to deliver on economic, social and environmental outcomes by engaging graziers to learn about and implement sustainable and regenerative grazing practices in a peer learning environment.

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Woodland plants targeted for seed collection

Three species of woodland plants have been targeted for seed collection in an effort to better understand germination and dormancy issues

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Native orchids and wildflowers on spring display

Beautiful native orchids and other wildflowers were on display for our woodland walk at “Kooragindi”

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Field Trip to the Mid Lachlan Landcare district

The importance of soil and management practices to sustain agriculture was one of the topics discussed at our recent field trip as part of the NSW Landcare and Local Land Services Conference.

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Visiting Earth and Enviro Students undertake MLL’s Landcare Tour

Earth and Environmental Science students learn about landscape processes and NRM issues on MLL’s Landcare Tour.

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Squirrel Glider forage plants coming along nicely at community nursery

A number of species of wattles will soon be planted as part of the Squirrel Glider Conservation Project. They play an important role in providing critical food resources, particularly during winter.

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Squirrel Glider Field Day

Mid Lachlan Landcare and Young District Landcare collaborated recently for the Squirrel Glider Field Day held at Crowther NSW (between Cowra and Young). The field day coincided with National Threatened Species Day held each year on September 7th to commemorate the death of the last Tasmanian Tiger held in Hobart Zoo in 1936.

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