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Trees Available

Quantity species Common name Growth Tips where to plant 3 E. stellulata Black sallee Grows to 15m   16 E.bridgesiana Apple box Grows to 20m   17 E. albens WHITE BOX Grows: 8-15m high Plant: most soils, plains & low hills 35 E. microcarpa Grey Box Grows to 25m   27 A. dealbata SILVER WATTLE […]

Wild dog pests in their sights

Increased levels of damage to livestock have meant pest animal groups are targeting wild dogs as a priority across the region. There are five pest groups within the Watershed Landcare area, these being the Hargraves Hill End Wild Dog Group, Ilford Running Stream Pest Group, Rylstone District Wild Dog Association, Munghorn Wild Dog Group and […]

Trees Available

Quantity 3 16 17 35 27 13 37 species E. stellulata E.bridgesiana E. albens E. microcarpa A. dealbata E. sideroxylon Lomandra longifolia Common name Black sallee Apple box WHITE BOX Grey Box SILVER WATTLE Mugga iron bark spiny matt rush Growth Grows to 15m Grows to 20m Grows: 8-15m high Grows to 25m Grows: to […]

It’s a ten year celebration of Green Day

Watershed Landcare has been running Green Day for local school children for 10 years! In this time over five and half thousand children have visited the Mudgee Showground to learn about environmental themes such as biodiversity, energy, waste and water. On September 16, local schools will again bring their Year 5 and 6 students to […]

Is it still a weed at $70/kg

The latest trend in top Sydney restaurants is weeds. Farmers friends, purslane, salsify, wild asparagus and nettle are all on the menu and chefs are willing to pay top dollar. One man is on a mission to connect farmers, landholders and budding foragers from the Central Tablelands to the catering and restaurant industry of Sydney. […]

Enviro health through our community

Local landcare group, Watershed Landcare, remains focused on promoting and facilitating environmental sustainability and natural resource management in our region. Our mission: to engage, empower and support our community to achieve a resilient and sustainable environment within the Watershed Landcare district. And that’s no mean feat in a region of diverse land use and community […]

Artful way to capture the right attention

As consumers become increasingly interested in where and how their food and fibre are produced, more and more farmers and producers are turning to direct marketing to sell their wares. But how do you tell your story in the right way to the right people? Join us for a ‘Visual Storytelling – the art of […]

It’s all in the soil? Improve your patch!

Want to improve mineral cycles, soil fertility, drought resilience, pasture and crop health and productivity on your patch? Soil and plant function is intrinsically linked to the chemical, physical and biological properties of soil. But did you know that by reintroducing and encouraging the life in your soil you can greatly influence soil chemistry and […]

Paddock trees linking our landscape

The Central Tablelands region is one of the most highly cleared areas of woodland in NSW. Watershed Landcare have been running a project aiming to enhance areas of highly cleared ecosystems by improving linkages between remnant native vegetation. The Paddock Trees project, supported by Central Tablelands Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government, […]

What species live in your backyard?

Did you know you can explore the plant, reptile, bird and mammal species, not only on your patch but all over Australia, with just the click of a button? The Atlas of Living Australia is a national biodiversity database founded on the principle of data sharing. The collaborative, national project provides free, online access to […]