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Landcare Forum

The Upper Goulburn Landcare Network, supported by the GBCMA’s Beyond Soilcare Program and the National Landcare Program, will be holding it’s second Landcare Forum for new landholders. The number of people choosing to purchase land in a rural area -to have a ‘Tree Change’ – is growing. To get away from the hustle and bustle of the city,…

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Kids Teaching Kids

Another inspiring, fun filled day was had by ten schools and staff at the Yea Wetlands on Monday 5th September for the 2016 Kits Teaching Kids Forum. With thanks to Kids Teaching Kids and the Yea and District Community Bendigo Bank, children from Alexandra, Yea, Highlands, Buxton, Avenal, Eildon, Sacred Heart, St Mary’s, Flowerdale and Middle…

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National Tree Day

National Tree Day On Sunday the 31st July – National Tree Day, 80 community members representing 8 landcare groups and the Yea Wetlands CoM spent a lovely morning planting at 8 different locations across the network, including Merton, Terip Terip, Cheviot Tunnel, Taggerty, Kinglake, Strath Creek, Flowerdale and Homewood. We were very grateful the rain…

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Property Assessment Field Day

On Saturday the 13th August, 25 people attended a field day co-ordinated by the Upper Goulburn Landcare Network. The day was designed to provide information to new and established landowners regarding what needs to be taken into consideration when planning activities for your property and demonstrate how to assess land capability. The day was hosted…

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Sustainable Farm Forum

On Friday evening of September 9th, community members from across the shire attended the Sustainable Farm Forum coordinated by Yea Community Health and the Upper Goulburn Landcare Network. Speakers included Richard Weston from Centrelink discussing the importance of succession planning, Maria Thompson discussing the effects of stress on your body, Ben Thomas from Meat and Livestock…

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Soil workshop

  On Saturday the 10th September the Upper Goulburn Landcare Network (UGLN) and the Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority (GBCMA) held a soil sampling workshop, to assist landholders to understand the correct method to taking soil samples on their property. Twelve people were in attendance at a property in the Highlands, coming from as far as…

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Sustainable Farm Forum

We will be hosting a Sustainable Farm Forum in partnership with Yea and District Memorial Hospital Community Health. With special guest   Stan Alves One of AFL’s favourite sons, will talk about how to stay positive to overcome adversity, and the importance of having support networks and a good work/life balance. The evening will also…

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Property Assessment Field Day

The Upper Goulburn Landcare Network is holding a field day for landholders to demonstrate how to assess land capability and provide advice on how to manage your land to get the most out of it. Do you have steep hills/ erosion/ weeds / pasture issues / questions about water / bushland? All of these questions and…

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National Tree Day is back again!

    Come along and join us for National Tree Day, Sunday 31st July There are several Landcare groups running planting and clean-up activities on the day. You can join one or more groups and then join us for a celebration lunch at lunch time! See flier for more details, Hope to see you there! National…

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