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Biolinks and Landscape Planning

Biolinks and Landscape Planning

Biolinks are essentially connected areas of ‘natural vegetation’ that allow native plants, animals, fungi .. all organisms, to migrate within and across a landscape. The Biolink Zones concept actually has strong Australian roots, that you can read a summary of Biolinks on Wikipedia. Our State’s, our Country’s, our Planet’s current...
Rocky Outcrops

Rocky Outcrops

‘Ancient Habitat Islands’ . Community Action Grant , 2011-2012, $19,300. Currently looking for demonstration sites . Contact Janet Hagen 57 904 268 or Bert Lobert.
Euroa Arboretum

Euroa Arboretum

Growing back the Bush. Friends of the Euroa Arboretum are important  partners in the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network . Our aim is to support and  promote the activities that this community group undertake .
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Healthy Soil and Erosion Control - Field Day

Healthy Soil and Erosion Control – Field Day

When: Saturday 3rd September (10.30am-1.00pm) Where: Shean’s Creek just out of Euroa. BBQ lunch provided RSVP essential: Michael Spencer michael@fernhills.com.au 0439 38 11 44 For more details download the Field Day flier.
SRCMN Spring 2016 Events

SRCMN Spring 2016 Events

We have organised a series of events over the coming months for new and part-time landowners (and not so new or part-time if you are interested).  There are two introductory sessions and two specialist sessions; one on soils and erosion and one on paddock trees. Introductory Forum for New and Part-time landholders this Saturday 13th of...
World Wetlands Day - Feb 2, 2016

World Wetlands Day – Feb 2, 2016

Walk with the Birds! Join in the celebrations at the Y Water Discovery Center, Yea. Tuesday Feb 2: 7 am for 7.30 start. RSVP essential – email Kate at wetlands.yea@gmail.com Click the image at left for all the details.  
Strathbogie Walking Trails - Brochures

Strathbogie Walking Trails – Brochures

Where can we go for a bush walk in the Strathbogie Ranges? Well, there are lots of places to walk and enjoy local landscapes, but unless you know someone that knows, it can be tricky. Some walks are well-known, but most are not. With assistance from the Strathbogie Shire, local Landcare groups and local people,...
SR CMN Annual General Meeting

SR CMN Annual General Meeting

This Saturday 12 pm, Old Flour Mill Gallery, Euroa. View the Meeting Notice here. The day will start with the launch of the Strathbogie Walking Trails brochures, at 11 am at The Rockies, just near the Fwy overpass (sounds scenic, I know, but it is a lovely, hidden jewel!) and then morph into the AGM...

Summer camps for environmentally aware teenagers

Looking for something special for your kids to participate in over the Christmas holidays ? Many local ‘green’ parents send their teenagers to Camp Icthus on the Gippsland Lakes. For references talk to the Hagens, Townsends, Barlows, Arnolds, Ayres , Hames & Starkeys. Visit website to download an application form www.campicthus.org.au Camp Icthus – Facebook...
Bushfire Recovery - Strathbogie Ranges CMN Style

Bushfire Recovery – Strathbogie Ranges CMN Style

Justus and Janet donated one days work and bags of seed to repair a burnt SRCMN Rocky Outcrop Project site in Creightons Creek. Weed growth after the fire has been startling, patterson’s curse is dominating the landscape once more. It is hoped that the direct seeded native plants will smoother the exotic species when they...
GBCMA Incentive form 2015/2016

GBCMA Incentive form 2015/2016

Looking for some assistance with natural resources management on your property? Print out this form and return it to the Goulburn Broken CMA with your request. Final_EOI form for landholder incentives
Testing the Golden Mountain walking track guide

Testing the Golden Mountain walking track guide

A small group of SRCMN members test walked the new Golden Mountain walking track guide and were fascinated with where it lead them. Very atmospheric in the misty, foggy weather, the track lead us past impressive mossy rocky outcrops before climbing to a sub-alpine landscape complete with snow gums. I’m sure there were good views...
Direct Seeding Review. Service delivery by SRCMN in partnership with Uni of Melb & GBCMA.

Direct Seeding Review. Service delivery by SRCMN in partnership with Uni of Melb & GBCMA.

A review of the current condition of direct seeded revegetation sites across the Goulburn Broken Catchment sown from 2004 to 2010 has just been completed. This monitoring project was funded by GBCMA and delivered by the SRCMN. The aim of the review was to identify the most successful practises and use them to ensure greater...