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From our Bio Blog

What’s in a Woodlot?

What’s in a Woodlot?

Apr 26, 2017 | No Comments

With firewood season already upon us, Jackie Miles explains how she and Max Campbell established a woodlot on their property in Brogo to meet their own firewood needs. (Note: Originally published in the CMN Newsletter, Autumn 2013 and reprinted here in the lead up to the CMN Woodlot Field Day in Tantawangalo on Friday 5 May 2017). Our […]

Traditional Burning Workshop

Traditional Burning Workshop

Apr 26, 2017 | No Comments

You are invited to join Rod Mason, respected Ngarigo land manager, at ‘Severn Park’ Bobundara to learn about traditional indigenous burning and its role in managing for a healthy landscape. When: Tuesday 2 May 2017, 10am-4pm Where: Severn Park, 579 Black Range Rd, Bobundara (approximately 2 hours drive from Bega, near Dalgety). Cost: Free with […]

Woodlot Field Day – planning for future firewood & timber needs

Woodlot Field Day – planning for future firewood & timber needs

Apr 18, 2017 | No Comments

If you’d like to plan how to meet your future timber and firewood needs without negative impacts on our forests and grassy woodlands, or if you’ve already embarked on this process and have experiences to share, join us for a CMN field day on Friday 5 May, 9.30am – 1pm in Tantawangalo with landholder John Coman. John […]

About CMN

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The Far South Coast Conservation Management Network (CMN) supports private landholders in the Bega Valley Shire to recover and manage native vegetation on their properties.

The CMN aims to inspire and motivate landholders, increase knowledge about native vegetation management and develop the skills to do this work. The coordinator manages the CMN website, produces regular e-newsletters with links to stories, local events and information, organises workshops and field days, and responds to email and phone enquiries from landholders.

The CMN is supported by South East Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government and Bega Valley Shire Council.