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To make a difference to on-farm productivity and the natural resource base its important to know what sources, factors and forms of soil organic carbon - and why is it important.
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WIRES Landcare project site 2 in the Akoonah Timbarra Reserve, Beechmont Q. Landcare members admiring Bird Nest Ferns and Staghorns, survivors of drought and fire. Growing from spore it will be a l...View More
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WIRES Project Site 2 Akoonah Timbarra Reserve, Beechmont Q. Landcare members place epiphytes in trees to replace those lost in drought and fires. Epiphytes provide homes for invertebrates and thereb...View More
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by October 22, 2020
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As part of the Victoria Nature Festival and the Day By The Bay Festival, Bellarine Catchment Network presented a Virtual Beachcomb to show people how to easily identify some common beach artefacts found on bay beaches. This event was steamed live and a recording can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utEllPZia7E&t=7s  Bellarine Catchment Network have also created a poster that is free for anybody to use at home, at school or when they are on the beach. This poster features some...
by October 15, 2020
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The Geelong region is home to picturesque coastal and country areas which form distinctive landscapes and habitats for people, plants and animals. Keeping these areas free of litter is important to everyone, and our region fortunately benefits from many active volunteer groups and organisations whose focus is keeping our natural areas litter free and healthy. Many residents volunteer their time to participate in clean-ups and citizen science projects which seek to understand the type and source ...
by October 9, 2020
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In the last few months, here at Bellarine Catchment Network, we have been creating a series of videos to keep you engaged and excited about volunteering in nature. The most recent video is about revegetation; why you would do it, where you would do it and how. Hear from Matt and Sophie as they show you the benefits of restoring natural habitat. Learn how to plant a tree and how you can give it the best chance of survival using the correct methods of revegetation. Some tips to remember are: ...
by August 20, 2020
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Bellarine Catchment Network have been finding ways to keep our local community engaged during these tough times. We have developed a series of environmental action videos to teach our community members new skills and get them ready for volunteering when safe to do so. The second video of the series features Biodiversity Officer Lachie as he show you how to identify some of the more common pest plants found in Coastal Moonah Woodland, a threatened plant community. Lachie will show you some of ...
by August 13, 2020
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Each year, Bellarine Catchment Network facilitate more than 15 environment days for primary, secondary and tertiary schools in the region. These days normally including revegetation activities, litter audits, beachcombs, birdwatching and more. This year, things are looking a little different! 🌿 We have just finished creating 3 remote learning resource packs for teachers to use with their classes across our region. The topics include litter and water, wetlands and biodiversity and there are mo...
by July 10, 2020
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July is a special month for Bellarine Catchment Network. One of the biggest issues we tackle is litter, and Plastic Free July is the perfect opportunity for us to educate the community on how they can reduce their plastic consumption. The best way to start on your plastic free journey is to ditch the "big 5" including: ...
by June 18, 2020
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Whilst we have all been #stayinghome to protect our community, Bellarine Catchment Network have come up with an innovative way ​that students and environmental volunteers can stay connected to the environment. The not-for-profit environmental organisation will be releasing a series of ‘Environmental Action – A Practical Guide' videos showcasing environmental action and information that can contribute towards local conservation. View the first video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SbP8HB_m...
by December 17, 2019
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The Clifton Springs Curlewis area is a hidden gem in Geelong, filled with stunning waters, sandy beaches and iconic views. To protect all this beauty, a new Coastcare Group has formed to conserve the values of this section of coastline for future generations. The Clifton Springs Curlewis Coastcare Group held first meeting during December 2019 and elected an interim volunteer committee of management. Over 2000 Coastcare groups currently exist in Australia with the aim to protect and conserve t...