Environmental Action: A Practical Guide - Weed Identification & Control » Landcarer

Mick Taylor
Ever wondered how to grow a pair of jeans?
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Not me either - but there you go!
If you have wondered - well you my friend are in luck!
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Interested in attending the next Livestock Advisor Update, a series of regionally relevant, one-day technical workshops for the red meat industry and held across Australia.
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Did you see Dr Heather Channon's webinar last month on designing a national strategy for control of feral pig impact on conservation and agriculture?
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Can forestry - the act of growing and harvesting timber - be an act of Landcare? Of course I think it can but it means changing the way we do forestry and landcare.
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Naomi Wells
by Published on August 20, 2020

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 the simple features of these plants and how you can use this knowledge to identify them. This video also describes how these plants enter our natural reserves and the methods that your land manager or local community group might use to control them.

Get involved in a local environment group to see how you can help remove these weeds and learn how simple environmental acts can contribute towards successful local conservation.

Visit http://www.environmentbellarine.org.au for safety advice and more information. Produced by Remember The Wild (https://www.rememberthewild.org.au/) and filmed at the Narrows in Queenscliff.

#conservation #bellarinepeninsula #pestplants

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