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Bushland survey completed on important Gondwana Link eco link property

A snapshot survey of the Glendavale property, adjoining Monjebup Bush Heritage conservation reserve was undertaken on 6th March 2018 by a survey team to  prioritise future site works and management actions to be conducted on the property. This farm is situated about 25km east of Borden, north east of the Stirling Range National Park. A […]

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Senecio Glastifolius Eradication in the Albany Region Final Report

Senecio Glastifolius Eradication in the Albany Region Final Report

The Senecio Glastifolius Eradication in the Albany Region project was extremely fortunate to have been delivered during the time of the federally funded Green Army program. This provided capacity and a fantastic opportunity to effectively mass-involve youth, at least 104 participants contributing over 36,000 hours, in 1777 hectares of weed monitoring and control program continuously for the projects duration […]

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Bring down a wetland bully, the invasive bullrush Typha orientalis

Bring down a wetland bully, the invasive bullrush Typha orientalis

Ecojobs staff Jan van der Walt and Steven Spragg have been working hard to bring the bully bullrush (Typha orientalis) down! Wetlands need careful management where this invasive and aggressive species of Typha grows. Typha infestations interfere with water flow (restricting access to water by wildlife), shorten bore drains, reduce water quality, and provide breeding […]

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Green Skills holds Porongurup Eco Art Weekend

Between the 9th and 11th February 2018, Green Skills  held a “Seeing Like an Eagle” eco art and photographic weekend at the Porongurup in conjunction with the Friends of The Porongurup group. The weekend had input from artist Nikki Green (nikkigreen.com.au) and environmentalist Basil Schur and had a focus on the Ranges Link which forms […]

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“Help The Hoodie” Field Trip held near Cranbrook

On Wednesday 14th February 2018 , Green Skills and Gillamii Centre held a “Help The Hoodie” field trip around salt lakes on farms in the Cranbrook area. The field trip commenced at the Bob’s Lake Bird hide, on the Lehmann farm,  north east of Cranbrook and visited 4 lakes  on farms, The event provided a […]

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Littlegrove Sydney wattle busy bee coming up Feb 20th

Gone into weedy wattle withdrawal over the new year? Never fear, busy bees are back! Come help us get on top of a significantly manageable infestation which will protect bushland on the property and in nearby Torndirrup national park. Morning tea, lunch and tea/coffee will be provided, please RSVP to Rosie Smith, Green Skills Albany […]

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