Strath Creek

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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Lorax Project 2015

Thanks to funding provided by the State Governments Communities For Nature program the UGLN Lorax project is now into it’s 6th year. Our 2015 planting season only really kicked off in June but already we have planted 4170 plants on properties throughout the Upper Goulburn catchment. Thanks to the help of volunteers from Price Waterhouse Coopers, NAB, ANZ,…

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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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Lorax Project In Full Swing

Our fire recovery revegetation program ‘Lorax Project’ is motoring along at the moment and the volunteers are enjoying getting outdoors amongst the fine spring weather. Over the last two months with the help of many volunteers from NAB and CVA as well as local volunteers from the Kinglake Scouts and Strath Creek Landcare Group we…

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Fencers Without Boundaries – Still bounding along

 Terry Hubbard thanking our volunteers We recently said goodbye and thank you to two of our stalwart fencing teams SA Rotary and the 4WD drivers at a bbq in Strath Creek (pictured left). Between the two teams they have rebuilt 62km of fencing as part of UGLN’s Fencers Without Boundaries (FWB) fire recovery fencing…

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JBWere joins the fire recovery with record effort

Our most succesfull tree planting day for the 2011 season so far was held at Steve and Linda Jungens property in Spring Valley Rd Flowerdale. 13 volunteers from JBWere were joined by members of the Strath Creek Landcare Group to plant over 900 plants along a section of the Spring Creek that the Jungens have…

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Familiar Faces Return . ANZ Risk Management Team

31st May 2011. John Tilley was surprised and delighted to host 15 tree planting volunteers from the ANZ Risk Management Department on his Strath Creek Property. Janet had told him a few people were coming around to plant some trees in his 2ha steep hillside revegetation project. Very casual , landcare was organising the BBQ…

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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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ANZ Landcare Fire Recovery Week

Another very succesful week of volunteer work carried out with volunteers from the ANZ bank.Throughout the week 96 volunteers assisted us with fencing, weed control, nest boxes and tree planting at fire affected properties at Kilmore East, Pheasant Creek, Strath Creek, Heathcote Junction and Narbethong. The team did a great job despite at times having…

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