Out first newsletters for 2017 are out, please click on links below to view:
Having trouble with Gorse on your property? The Victorian Gorse Taskforce is still active within the Invermay and Miners Rest areas.
This is a timelapse taken by Jenifer Johnson on a property adjoining Burrumbeet Creek. A fantastic outcome for all involved! Big thanks to Russel Coxall for doing an amazing job of the site! Read more below:
Financial assistance in the form of a 50% rebate for control work is available. The rebate is scheduled to finish on the 30th April 2017.
Contact Jenifer Johnson (VGT Officer): Mobile – 0417 594 225
Email – email@example.com
Click on the link below to find out more about the RHDV1 K5 national release. Many tips for landholders to get the most out of this release on their property.
The gorse demonstration day in Invermay has been postponed due to hot weather and fire danger risk. We will keep you updated on when this day will run into the future.
New interpretative signs for Mullawallah Wetlands have been installed by the Cardigan-Windermere Landcare Group along the walking track that surrounds the wetland. A fantastic effort by the group, just in time for the Christmas holidays.
The Track can be accessed via Lucas Lane, there is also access off Ibis Gardens Court and Blind Creek Road. Check it out!
The Miners Rest Landcare group recently held a working bee at the Miners Rest Common. After the moderate winter rainfall the grass was thick and lush, making a challenging job for those who came along. Regardless of this the group was able to put 60 trees in the ground. Many of the trees from previous plantings had established strong growth which was excellent to see.
The group meets on Wednesday 12th October at the Miners Rest Community Hall 7:30pm.
The first outing of Lexton landcare’s newly formed bird watching group is on Saturday 1st March, commencing at 8.00 am. We are meeting at the old dip reserve, corner of Gladstone Street and Dip Road in Lexton.
After this we will visit a Landcare project site on the Mount Emu Creek on Blackbottom Road.
Wear stout boots / shoes, bring a hat, sunscreen, water bottle and binoculars. Further details as attached.