Kinglake

Spring Wildflower Walks

Many of our local landcarers have been getting out and enjoying the spring wildflowers.                 Members of the Kinglake and Strath Creek landcare groups recently participated in a walk along Upper King Parrot Creek Rd in Strath Creek.                   This…

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New Rabbit Virus Release

The release of the rabbit virus, RHDV1 K5, will begin in March as part of Australia’s 20 ­year plan to reduce negative impacts on agriculture and the environment through managing rabbit populations. RHDV1 K5 is a Korean variant of the existing virus already widespread in Australia and scientists have found that it works better in…

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National Tree Day

UGLN and the Kinglake Landcare Group hosted two National Tree Day activities at the Koala Browse Reserve in Kinglake. On Friday 26th July 50 students and teachers helped to plant almost 400 plants in only a few short hours and on Sunday 28th July a small band of dedicated volunteers in windy and cold conditions helped…

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California Conservation Corps

Volunteers from the California Conservation Corps (CCC) are currently in Australia on an 8 week exchange project with Conservation Volunteers Australia. The have been working in South Australia and Victoria carrying out erosion and salinity control, seed collection, construction and maintenance of walking tracks, endangered flora and fauna surveys and monitoring. During their time in Victoria the…

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Lorax Project 2012

The Upper Goulburn Landcare Networks revegetation ‘Lorax Project’ has finished for another year after a very successful year of tree planting throughout the fire affected areas of Murrindindi Shire. JBWere volunteers at Buxton This year 452 volunteers from NAB, ANZ, JBWere, Camberwell Secondary College, Strath Creek Landcare Group, Kevin Heinz Garden Centre, Conservation Volunteers Australia, Kinglake…

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Kinglake Wildflower Walk

On Sunday 19th August we had a small group of eleven adults and children on an enjoyable wildflower walk through the Kinglake National Park presented by a very knowledgeable Richard Francis from ABZECO. Kinglake Landcare members Peter and Will and kids The group got to see the early blossoming wattles, Love Creepers, Early Nancy lilies, Pultenaea and Daviesia species…

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Free Pest Plant and Animal Control Courses

On Sunday 18 & 25 September 22 people from the Kinglake and Glenburn area attended the nineth free UGLN pest management course.The course was held at the Kinglake Scout Hall and run by NMIT lecturer and Kinglake resident Kevin Chandler.A delicious morning tea and lunch was provided by Flowerdale’s own catering business ‘Molly’s Kitchen’. Since…

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Focus On Fauna

These photo’s were take on a property at Kinglake West on the Pheasant Creek using remote sensor cameras.It is part of UGLN’s ‘Focus On Fauna’ fire recovery program which is being carried out in the Strath Creek and Flowerdale area by David Wakefield from Strath Creek Landcare Group and also the Kinglake Ranges with assistance…

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