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The Big Picture

The Flood Creek Non-Nativist Landcare Group blog is a collaborative effort. We’re happy to publish your contributions as part of this Landcare Network discussion. See the… 2,643 more words

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Exotics versus Natives: Why not both?

Exotics versus Natives: Why not both?‘ is the title of a conference paper authored by Paul Naninnga, Paul Dann and Haikai Tane. It was delivered at the 1994 National Greening Australia conference in Fremantle. 410 more words

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Natural Resources Management Major Clifton Virgil's Journey to CASNR

Clifton Virgil from Pattison, Texas shares how he found his way to Texas Tech University and the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Virgil takes an event that might have derail others and uses it as a springboard to ultimately find his home within CASNR.

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Open letter to Dr Tim Flannery

Ever since he watched the ABC TV series ‘Two Men in a Tinny’, in which celebrated scientist and author Dr Tim Flannery and comedian John Doyle advocated for nation-wide willow eradication, Peter Marshall has been trying persistently to contact Dr Flannery to canvass an alternative approach. 1,463 more words


Two new Natural Sequence training workshops in 2015

Following up on our recent post by Peter Hazell regarding the Mulloon Community Catchment Rehydration project, we’ve received notice of a new series of training workshops being conducted by Tarwyn Park Training later this year. 370 more words

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Women-led fish farming improves life for families in Yapacani, Bolivia

The Fish for Life project, initiated by experts from Canada, Brazil and Bolivia, and carried out with families in Yapacani, Bolivia, has succeeded in expanding the farming families’ diversity of food and farming options – previously based on single crop rice farming – by successfully introducing women-led fish farming. 165 more words


Natural Sequence Farming landscape rehydration project at Mulloon Creek

Peter Hazell is a longtime local landcarer and was the first Landcare Coordinator in the Upper-Shoalhaven district (sometime last century). Owing to his affable and level-headed nature, he has always been a popular contributor to the Landcare community. 709 more words

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