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SRCMN AGM – 2019

Have your say at our Annual General Meeting If you’ve every dreamed of getting involved with the SRCMN, now’s your chance to come along and participate in our annual general meeting at the illustrious Ruffy Tablelands Community Center. A new committee will be elected and the charter and constitution will be reviewed. Planning and strategy…

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Stop Mynas Strathbogie – Workshop #1

The Stop Mynas Strathbogie program was born from the success of last years Common (Indian) Myna workshop at the gorgeous Euroa Arboretum. We were luck enough to again have Peter Wiltshire, a Senior Ranger from the Darebin Parklands, talk with the group about the impact Common Mynas can have on native bird populations. He also…

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Riparian Walk #3.2 – Wombat Creek, Strathbogie

Continuing the trend of revisiting previously explored riparian areas, the Wombat Creek didn’t disappoint. The previous visit was in March and the scenery could not have been more different. Knee high grass, still wet from the previous night’s downpour instantly dampened all hopes of keeping dry feet intact. The walk pace was fairly leisurely, with…

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Riparian Walk #3.3 – Mountain Hut Creek, Kelvin View

Time & Date: 8:45am – 2pm, Sunday the 24th of NovemberStarting Location: 100 Kelvin View School RdEnd Location: Gate on Euroa Strathbogie RdDifficulty: HardLength: 8km Our riparian walks are back and bigger than ever, with 6 walks covering the best of the bogies as well as some new gems. The aim of these walks is…

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Riparian Walk #3.1 – Boatholes Creek to Mineral Springs, Ruffy

After a winter hibernation, the acclaimed SRCMN riparian walks are back and better than ever, with this new series of six walks. The format this time is slightly different, with new routes mixed with old favorites from previous walks. The first walk to kick off the new series and new season was the fan favorite…

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Riparian Walk #3.2 – Wombat Creek, Strathbogie – Pre-event description

Time & Date: 8:45am – 12:30pm, Saturday the 12th of OctoberStarting Location: Fergusons Lane, Strathbogie Length: Forlonge Memorial RoadDifficulty: ModerateLength: 5km Our riparian walks are back and bigger than ever, with 6 walks covering the best of the bogies as well as some new gems. The aim of these walks is to become better acquainted…

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Stop Mynas Strathbogie – Workshop #1 2019 – Pre-event description

Do you want to get involved in controlling Common (Indian) Mynas but don’t know where to start? Join us at the Euroa Arboretum to learn how to control Common Myna populations in your area and celebrate the official launch of the Stop Mynas Strathbogie project. Myna traps will be available to borrow free from the…

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Stop Mynas Strathbogie – Workshop #2 2019

More details coming soon. Time & Date: 10am – 1pm, Saturday the 30th of November, 2019Location: Euroa Arboretum, 76 Hume Fwy, Euroa VIC 3666 Lunch will be provided, and RSVPs are essential, so please send yours to events@strathbogieranges.org

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Rewilding with minibeasts – Tamara Morgan

Abstract from the Under the Microscope Research Day 2019. Latrobe University. Ecosystem restoration is essential in returning degraded habitat and biodiversity to its former state.  Current methods focus on limited components of ecosystems, often overlooking invertebrates, which are critical to ecosystem functioning. Macrodetritivores play a key role in decomposition, a vital ecosystem process affecting soil nutrient…

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