In partnership with the Mulloon Institute the Bass Coast Landcare Network presents 'Restoring landscape function on your farm'. Learn how to apply simple strategies to improve productivity and
drought resilience, optimize water cycling and landscape function.
Over 2 years, Melbourne Water in partnership with Orchard End Farm has been looking at management practices that can be used to reduce problem pasture pests such as Lucerne Flea & Red Legged Earth Mite. Pasture invertebrate pests can be mis-diagnosed and therefore control measures often don’t solve the problem.
Here at KLG we conducted a member survey in 2023. The feedback from our members was invaluable and included several good ideas. One of these, was to propagate our own plants. Growing our own plants is literally a “value add” to our fundamental Landcare objectives.
You are invited to an exciting farm walk at the Archies Creek property of Ric and Mez Oldham. Ric has been trialing multi species cropping on his farm for a few years with varying succuss.
Join our six part webinar series on the essential elements of farm ownership.
Keen to learn more about Hooded Plovers? Do you like walking along the beach? Ever wanted to get involved in protecting your local threatened species?
BCLN recently hosted a delegation of 10 board members and staff from both the Nature Network (East Bendigo Landcare) and Buloke & Northern Grampians Landcare for a tour and deep dive into our operations of BCLN.
BirdLife Australia are running a beach-nesting birds awareness raising event on Friday 22nd December at the mouth of the Powlett River from 10am onwards as part of the Powlett River Kugerungmome Partnerships project.
Come along and learn all about the sweet little Hooded Plovers, their fascinating behavior, and how you can help protect threatened species of wildlife through simple actions.
Free giveaways on the day too.
For further information click on the flyer.
The Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action is partnering with Birdlife Australia to undertake the surveying of White-bellied Sea-Eagles in and around the Gippsland Lakes. While the project focuses on surveying in and around the Gippsland Lakes, surveying further along the coastline and inland waters of Gippsland will also occur during this period.
Have you seen a Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) in the Bass Coast?
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