Dung Beetle Workshop
July 24th, 2015
Platypus Monitoring Program
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Dung beetle workshop - July 24th, 2015
Dr Bernard Doube, formerly a CSIRO scientist for 29 years, and co-author of “Dung Down Under” is coming to Dadswell’s Bridge. Dr Doube will explore the world of Dung Beetles and the unique benefits they provide to improving pasture production.
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A big welcome to some fresh new faces in our Project Platypus hub. Induction for our GreenArmy team -
Mt William Creek Walk - 2015
At the end of March, an 80 km walk was planned to follow the Mt William Creek from it’s scource behind Moyston, near Kalimna Falls, across the ‘miles’ to the Dadswells Bridge area where the creek joins the Wimmera River.
On a Saturday morning Bernie Rudolph was at the Naters property to greet about 30 walkers. After viewing the dry stream bed among the stately tall gnarled red gums the trek began. Along with the farmers dog, walkers from 7 to 70 years were away. Crossing beautiful farming land that is temporarily very dry, we enjoyed the sounds of kookaburrahs, galahs and cockatoos. Climbing through fences we soon entered the creek reserves and observed the benefits of this more recent landcare management. Mobs of kangaroos were aplenty! Though after 10am, foxes were still roaming ....
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Project Platypus Strategic Plan
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Upper Wimmera Landcare Groups
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