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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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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 22, 2020
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  The Pt Lillias Peninsula is a stunning Ramsar site adjacent to the Avalon Coastal Reserve and provides significant habitat for migratory birds. The beautiful site is heavily impacted by marine litter which pollutes the area and risks negatively affecting wildlife. BCN’s project ‘Caring For Our Point’ aims to highlight the littering issue through a behaviour change campaign which will hopefully improve visitor stewardship of the site. ...
by July 30, 2020
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  Port Phillip Bay is full of diverse and beautiful life and is a rich source of fresh food including fish, squid, mussels and crustaceans. Our bay is important for the local fishing industry and is also enjoyable, attractive and important to recreational fishers. Fishing is a great way that we can enjoy fresh food, bring families and friends together, feel part of a community, get outdoors, appreciate nature, find some peace and quiet or simply enjoy the challenge of the catch. Despite these...
by March 24, 2020
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The Ramsar Convention is the only international treaty devoted to conserving a single ecosystem type across the planet - Wetlands. 157 nations work together to care for 2,300 Ramsar wetland sites across the world and 6 of them occur within the Bellarine Peninsula and western Port Phillip Bay. Raising awareness of these precious habitats is a priority for the Bellarine Catchment Network in 2020 and our established schools program provides the ideal outreach for this message.   ...