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Two new Threatened Ecological Communities Listed on the Far South Coast

Two new Threatened Ecological Communities Listed on the Far South Coast

Jun 10, 2022 | No Comments

Two important habitat areas for the endangered spotted-tail quolls and gang-gang cockatoos have now been listed as Threatened Ecological Communities (TECs) under NSW’s environment legislation. Araluen Scarp Grassy Forest and Brogo Wet Vine Forest are now listed as TECs, which provides these two historically cleared and at-risk habitats, as well as the animals that live […]

Does your property have a freshwater creek or river running through it? Help Macquarie Uni with research on vegetation and recovering Coastal Rivers

Does your property have a freshwater creek or river running through it? Help Macquarie Uni with research on vegetation and recovering Coastal Rivers

May 31, 2022 | No Comments

Researchers from Macquarie University are seeking to connect with landholders with private property fronting a river or creek in order to be able to gain permission to access these riparian areas to undertake ecological surveys. See details in the flyer below: Email elisha.duxbury@hdr.mq.edu.au or call 0423 416 028

Koala Community Day 4 June

Koala Community Day 4 June

May 26, 2022 | No Comments

You are invited to join us at the Murrah Hall on Saturday 4th June to learn more about the efforts underway by community volunteers and Yuin traditional owners using cultural fire practices to protect the koalas and their habitat. See below for more details and click here to register. 

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.