Possum patrol – so so cute!!

We braved the windy weather last night to continue our possum surveying in the catchment.  And apart from a bit of the planned the survey area being underwater making it inaccessible we had quite a good night capturing this adorable photo of mum and baby.  So cute….. If you would...

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Local shooters make a dent in fox numbers

In August, one of our resident fox shooters hit 100 foxes shot, since late February 2017. The new technological advances in scopes of night vision and particularly thermal are proving highly effective. Previously it often took a full 12 months to take 100 foxes in the same area. Our two...

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J-BAS Information Session

Johne’s Beef Assurance Score (J-BAS) is a self assessment risk profiling tool that allows producers to demonstrate what they are doing on their properties in regards to Bovine Johne’s Disease control and management At this session, J-BAS explained, advice on creating your own security plan and; Frances Gartrell from LBN...

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Weedy Wattle Day – Torbay Hall 3 September

Come along to the Torbay Hall on Sunday 3rd September to learn more about weedy wattles.  And yes we do have a few around the area!  Particularly Sydney Golden Wattle (Acacia longifolia). Date: Sunday 3rd September Venue:  Torbay Hall Time: 10:00-12:00 Free BBQ lunch provided Rosie Smith, Greenskills Weedy Wattle Coordinator,...

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Women in Leadership – Symposium

  Supporting Women in Leadership: Landcare | Environment   Great Southern and Lower South West SYMPOSIUM   The regional symposium, consisting of two one day events, aims to support women in the NRM, Landcare and Environmental sector. It will take place in the Great Southern and Lower South West in...

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Biodynamic Field Day – Denmark

PRESS RELEASE – BIODYNAMIC FIELD DAY – GOLDEN HILL STEINER SCHOOL, DENMARK– SATURDAY, 16 SEPTEMBER, 2017 Always wanted to know more about biodynamics and not known where to get started? Would you like to grow food that is not only organic but is nutritionally rich in vitamins and minerals? Come...

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Foxes still plentiful but we’re still trying!

After a recent conversation with our resident fox shooter Keith Smith it is hard not be just a bit dismayed.  In spite of his (and his shooting partners) stellar efforts, the numbers of foxes entering their properties has not abated. Keith and Leith have both invested in thermal sights which...

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planting with Woodbury Boston students

Planting with Woodbury Boston – 28 July

Last Friday, 28th July, TCG had the opportunity to team up with Woodbury Boston School to undertake a planting day.  We were lucky enough that it just happened to coincided with the National School Tree Day. It was a real team effort with around 60 students, staff and helpers from Woodbury Boston providing...

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