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“Wildlife in our Landscape – are we making a difference?”

Holbrook Landcare Network hosted their Biodiversity Forum on Wednesday 18th June entitled, “Wildlife in our Landscape – are we making a difference?” This year marks 25 years of Landcare in Australia with millions of dollars invested in the landscape for biodiversity benefits. This forum was for farmers, landcarers and the general community to hear about and discuss […]

4 Fungi on 1 Log!

The recent moist Autumn followed by a cool and wet Winter has provided some of the most awesome conditions for fungal activity that I have seen in ages. I was supposed to be moving a mob of ewes on the weekend, but as I was riding the bike through the long wet grass the bike […]

Lessons learnt from habitat restoration in the Murray Catchment

For three decades native vegetation restoration and conservation works have been ongoing in the South West Slopes of NSWs Murray Catchment. Monitoring by researchers from ANU, in conjunction with the Murray CMA, showed early benefits of restoration efforts to biodiversity. Read the lessons learnt report ‘Murray Catchment habitat restoration: Lessons from landscape level research and […]

Professor David Lindenmeyer coming to Holbrook

A biodiversity seminar will be held in Holbrook on Wed 18th June involving leading researchers in to the status of wildlife in our landscape. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Landcare, will millions of dollars invested by both private landholders and the public in revegetation across the landscape. Is it making a difference? This […]