The Friends of Turtons Creek is holding a meeting of its members and guests on 11 December from 1pm – 3pm at the Mirboo on Tarwin Hall, Clear Creek Road, Mirboo. We have guest speakers of Peter Gannon on the Burrowing Crayfish at Turtons Creek Reserve, and Alex Daraio on Monitoring Deer by the Prom […]
Woody weeds are a serious threat to the biodiversity within remnant vegetation. They quickly out-compete the local indigenous plants for light and moisture, and can drastically change the ecology of the bush. Many woody weeds originate from home gardens. At this practical session you will learn about local woody weeds and the various techniques used […]
Are you tired of being warm and cosy next to the fire eating roasted marshmallows? If so, then come and plant trees at the cold, wet and windy but Gorgeous Agnes River Gorge. It's an old public road that is being planted out with natives and is a beautiful walk with views on the Agnes […]
Great Southern Rail Trail - Landcare and South Gippsland Shire Council Partnership workshop
Being able to recognise and assess the amount of damage caused by deer is vital to developing a successful control program. This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to establish an ongoing monitoring program to estimate the impact of your local deer population and monitor to changes over time. What to expect? ● Shannon […]
From Paddock to Forest: An Example of Revegetation in the Strzelecki Forest October 9 2022
Hear about contemporary strategic directions and challenges facing Victoria's environment.
Hooded Plovers are a shy, non-aggressive bird that live and breed on the beaches of South Gippsland. SGLN invite you to come and learn about these rare and quirky birds and discover how you can help protect them.
Your invited to Allambee Community Landcare Group - Annual General Meeting.