Great Lakes district landholders working together to protect and enhance our key agricultural resource, the soil. The group aims to improve the knowledge and capability to manage soil health in the landholder community, prevent soil erosion and degradation on our properties, and monitor, evaluate and improve the health of our soils over time. Members receive Rapid Assessment of Soil Health (RASH) manuals and other resources, and can access shared equipment...

August 18, 2016

We have undertaken a range of activities through the Crowdy Head School focussed on Aboriginal Cultural Heritage and coastline vegetation and weeds of National Significance (Bitou Bush and Asparagaceae).  We produced a DVD on Aboriginal Cultural heritage and are currently liaising regarding using the old school site for Environmental Education activities.

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