Privet and the art of being a good neighbour

03rd Feb 2016

Submitted by New England Weeds Authority There are three general reasons why a plant may be declared a noxious weed in NSW: 1)     economic impact: pose a threat to infrastructure or impact industries such as agriculture imposin... more details

Serrated Tussock summer alert

01st Feb 2016

Submitted Inverell Shire Council For many landholders, sound summer rainfall has produced plenty of high quality stock feed, however, Inverell Shire Council Weeds Unit is reminding landholders to be vigilant to problem weeds. “It’s been... more details

Learn to identify native trees and grasses

12th Jan 2016

Have you ever looked at a tree or a grass plant and wondered what species it is? Wondered about where it came from, or where else it will grow? On Thursday 4th February 2016 you’ll the chance to work with experts on both grasses and trees, lear... more details

Local tree planting projects well underway

12th Jan 2016

Thanks to good rainfall over the past few months, the Glen Innes Natural Resources Advisory Committee’s (GLENRAC) farm tree planting projects are well underway, with native seedlings going in on properties across the district. The aim of the pr... more details

Seed collecting for local provenance

05th Jan 2016

GLENRAC are hosting a workshop on Thursday 20th of January to help people learn how to collect their own seeds from native trees. This workshop could be beneficial for people who are interested in planting trees that are already growing in their area... more details

Fine tuning grazing management

05th Jan 2016

The Rummerys Hill Landcare group combined with GLENRAC are holding a ProGraze course early in 2016. ProGraze is a NSW Department of Primary Industries course designed to foster skills in assessing pasture and animal production, and to develop pasture... more details