The GSWW crew are looking for volunteers to help them with their latest project. Over the next 4 weeks the works team will be meeting twice a week to lay jute mat at the Blowholes lookout. This is a great work out for young and old. Bring a friend, a relative or even a visitor. …Read more »
Article prepared by Kristy Brewer Landcare Facilitator
The SEA is passionate about the management of invasive species and more importantly the protection and restoration of local biodiversity. Our slogan Restore Protect Connect invites our community to be actively involved in environmental work that aims to do just this.
Last year the Southwest …Read more »
Are you sick of the amount of rubbish on our beaches? If all we do is clean up that's all we will ever do. If you are interested in protecting our oceans then this workshop is for you. See flyer for details.
Join us on the 22nd December to celebrate the achievements and hard work of our volunteers. This year we will be meeting at Nun's Beach to enjoy a BBQ Lunch. Bring a salad or a sweet to share. 1:00 BBQ lunch provided. Stick around for a team challenge with the Portland Coastal Cliffs from 2 …Read more »
The 10 year celebration of our beloved Cobboboonee National park was a well attended and presented event. Congratulations to everyone who helped bring it all together.
Over seventy people turned up to help celebrate the amazing 10 year milestone for the Park and the unveiling of the memorial picnic setting that was gifted to …Read more »
I recently attend a morning walk at Point Danger with a group of local naturalist where I was lucky enough to photograph an array of amazing wildflowers, grasses and sedges not to mention some amazing orchids.
Building relationships with the local naturalist will assist the COM in developing a deeper appreciation, understanding and written …Read more »
The SEA strives to empower its community by sharing knowledge and information about the local flora and its biggest competitors; weeds!
For more information about blackberries and control strategies visit the Blackberry Task force website.
Full photo credits for these amazing images which assist greatly with identification must go to our generous friend Kevin Sparrow. …Read more »
We asked if Farmers they were interested in mainstreaming biochar into their farming regime and the overwhelming response was YES! The Gorae west trial site has certainly generated a lot of interest over the past few months including a stop over with international guests from the Australia New Zealand Biochar International Conference.
The overall buzz …Read more »
A visit from SW TAFE students enrolled in Certificate II in Horticulture, provided a fresh injection of enthusiasm to the Reserves carers; Tarragal Landcare.
Students practiced their skills in identifying weeds and endemic native plants on the reserve. They observed the important role the subsequent decaying plant material plays,(including logs) in providing the emerging …Read more »
Would you like to come along and hear first hand about the biochar trail work that is taking place locally?
If the answer is yes then pencil October 21 into your dairy. Guest from far and abroad will be traveling to Victoria in October to participate in a Study Tour and Conference on Mainstreaming …Read more »
Do you live along the Fitzroy River or Darlots creek? If you do and have an interest in restoring your waterway then now is the time to act. For information on how to design and access funding for improved waterway health contact Jarred Obst from the Glenelg Hopkins CMA.
Information supplied by Garry Kerr (Tarragal Landcare Group Member & project leader)
Over the past few months the Tarragal Landcare set have been busy completing the first of three enclosures in its moonah replacement program on private property. This initiative enjoys the whole hearted support of private landowners involved. It is intended to be an …Read more »