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Monitoring Frog populations in Whian Whian

 

Frog projectIn case you haven’t heard the great news – Whian Whian Landcare was part of the team that won the SCU Engagement Award for ‘Engaged Research’. What a great achievement as the award is highly competitive and extremely prestigious.

This project was a SCU and community research partnership investigating native frogs as indicators of success in riparian restoration. The project delivered a protocol for restoration of riparian areas that detailed best management practice to incorporate consideration and protection of frogs and raise awareness in the community about their protection. If you would like an e-copy of this protocol email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

This project was supported by the Norman Wettenhall Foundation. Congratulations Whian Whian Landcare!

 

 

quad safetyPlaces are still available for the Tocal Quad Bike Training courses


Grafton 29 November

Glen Innes 30 November
Tenterfield 1 December

ONLY $100 FOR PRIMARY PRODUCERS AND THEIR WORKERS
To check eligibility and r
egister follow this link

For a full list of our courses go to
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Here are a few links to some other Landcare / NRM newsletters that we though might be of interest to you 
 

The September edition of The Advocate newsletter is available on the Landcare NSW website

This edition contains news about the Landcare Trust Project; a final update on the Landcare NSW biodiversity workshops with link to compilation of participant comments; and an update on the Local Landcare Coordinator Initiative.

Propagation of Native Plants Workshop for Land for Wildlife members

 

Tuesday, 20 September, 9.30am to 2.30pm

Focus: Seed collection and plant propagation of native plants
Venue:Firewheel Nursery in Dorroughby
Activities: This workshop will include a field walk, seed collection techniques, propagation methods to improve germination andinsights into the current best practice geneflow guidelines developed by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Services. Mark is considered the leading specialist in the area for native seed propagation and is both a knowledgeable and passionate workshop presenter.
 

Morning tea and lunch provided. Registrations are required and places are limited so get in quick.

Contact Emma Stone of the Border Ranges Richmond Valley Landcare Network to register or for more information This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 66323722

Australian Farmer of the Year Awards

 

Nominations are now open for the 7th annual Australian Farmer of the Year Awards to be held in Canberra on the 10th of November 2016


Nominate yourself, a colleague, a friend or a family member who has made a difference to the Australian agricultural sector over the past 12 months by nominating them for Australian Farmer of the Year, Young Farmer of the Year or Rural Consultant of the Year for 2016.
In addition, this year’s awards will highlight those who contribute to rural communities by focusing on contribution and service with Farming Legend of the Year and Rural Community Leader of the Year awards.
 

Entries close Friday August 26, 2016

Save the Date: Science in the Pub 2 

That's right, SciPub is back! This time, we're moving venues and bringing you the freshest news and interesting research all about Frogs! With speakers including SCU's Dave Newell and Whian Whian Landcare's Emma Stone, this SciPub is sure to get you croaking!

When: Thursday 15th September, 5:30pm for a 6pm start
Where: Lismore City Bowling Club
Cost: Free, nibbles provided

2016 National Landcare Conference 


To register, go to the conference web page at: http://nationallandcareconference.org.au/
 

There are 69 outstanding Landcare champions across nine categories that make up this year's National Landcare Awards finalists.
 
All finalists are also in the running to win the People's Choice Award. The People's Choice Award winner will be presented to the finalist who receives the most votes from the general public in the lead-up to the 2016 National Landcare Awards, which take place in Melbourne on Thursday, 22 September.
You can view the work done by the amazing finalists and cast your vote one the National Landcare Conference Awards page

 

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