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Smart Farms Small Grants Now Open
05 December 2019

Organisations and individuals can apply for grants between $5,000 and $50,000 to fund projects that promote and deliver adoption of best practice sustainable land management.

Soils and seas attract grant funding
03 December 2019

Another round of the the South East Natural Resources Management Board’s ‘Agricultural Industries Adapting to Variable Climates and Markets’ grants program has just wrapped up.

Benefits of building soil carbon
28 November 2019

Natural Resources South East Adaptive Agriculture Senior Project Officer Nicola Turner recently led a bus tour to mixed farming property, Yarrock Farms, to explore the potential benefits and methodologies to increase soil carbon.

Ewens Ponds open for the summer
28 November 2019

After taking its annual spring break Ewens Ponds will open to snorkelling and diving on Monday 2 December.

Young leaders meet at the lagoon
27 November 2019

Ideal weather conditions greeted representatives from 13 South East schools as they gathered at Bool Lagoon as part of the Young Environmental Leaders Program (YELP) final Expo.

Caltrop - A prickly problem
20 November 2019

Time is critical in the fight against caltrop (Tribulus terrestris). Natural Resource Management Pest Program Co-ordinator Kym Haebich advises that now is the time to be on the lookout for this pest plant. A

Two wild buds
12 November 2019

Be on the lookout for wild blooming roses over the next few months. Wild roses, Dog rose and Sweet briar, are serious environmental weeds in the South East.

Carbon farming for soil health
07 November 2019

Is carbon farming an option for your business?

Get set for summer weed control
04 November 2019

African lovegrass, caltrop, Bathurst burr, khaki weed, innocent weed and silverleaf nightshade: these are some of the declared weeds that will need to be controlled this summer to minimise their spread and impact.

Spring into fox baiting
25 September 2019

Do you know the benefits of fox baiting in spring? It is an often overlooked, but critical, part of a successful control program. Not only will it help protect our native wildlife, it will also reduce fox numbers in the lead up to lambing in autumn.

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