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Bone Broth Workshop Albany

Come along to Green Skills Albany 2-4pm on Saturday 25th August 2018 to hear Joanna McCluskey talking about why you should make nourishing bone broth and what to put in it. Homemade broth is good for gut and bone health. We’ll make and taste broth, share recipes and discuss where to buy ingredients locally and […]

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Montgomery’s Hill Wines Wattle Busting

Montgomery’s Hill Wines Wattle Busting

Sydney Golden Wattle is one of the most invasive woody weeds in the Albany region. Without control it will overwhelm entire tracts of native vegetation. It is in full bloom at the moment and therefore very easy to identify. The Kalgan River Stewards is a local volunteer conservation group, active for the last 10 years, […]

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Cranbrook School provides boost to wetland restoration

As part of the Gondwana Wetlands program, Green Skills and the local Gillamii Centre  organised a lake foreshore re-vegetation  and wetland restoration project on the Lehmann farm, near Cranbrook on Thursday 26th July 2018. Forty two enthusiastic students and four teachers from the Cranbrook School helped plant 2400 salt tolerant shrubs and trees (of 12 […]

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Report from the WA Landcare Network Form

Report from WA Landcare Network  Forum By Basil Schur On Friday 20th July he WA Landcare Network held a members and Stake-holders forum at the Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre. Around 90 people attended the event.  The Welcome to Country by Marie Taylor, a Whadjuk Noongar Elder, included some special story telling – and this complemented […]

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