Rocky Outcrops

Strathbogie Ranges Rocky Outcrop

Granite 2 Goulburn Rocky Outcrops and Paddock Trees Community and Volunteer Action Grant from DELWP 2019-2021 This project aims to link habitat around the foothills of the Strathbogie Ranges by connecting isolated rocky outcrops and scattered paddock trees to core blocks of remnant woodland. This project builds on the success of our recent ‘Our Catchments…

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Children’s Artwork

A recurring theme across our events has been engaging with school children to create artworks based around the themes of our events. The SRCMN acknowledges the significant contribution of Euroa Primary School teacher Pauline Fraser in the production of most of these beautiful artworks which were made during class time. The school has collaborated with…

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Summer camps for environmentally aware teenagers

Looking for something special for your kids to participate in over the Christmas holidays ? Many local ‘green’ parents send their teenagers to Camp Icthus on the Gippsland Lakes. For references talk to the Hagens, Townsends, Barlows, Arnolds, Ayres , Hames & Starkeys. Visit website to download an application form www.campicthus.org.au Camp Icthus – Facebook…

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Bushfire Recovery – Strathbogie Ranges CMN Style

Justus and Janet donated one days work and bags of seed to repair a burnt SRCMN Rocky Outcrop Project site in Creightons Creek. Weed growth after the fire has been startling, patterson’s curse is dominating the landscape once more. It is hoped that the direct seeded native plants will smoother the exotic species when they…

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Logging Strathbogie Forests

For information on logging in the Strathbogie Forest, go to the website of the Save Our Strathbogie Forest group. Update As of November 2019, the Victorian Government has halted all current and proposed logging in the Strathbogie Forest by declaring the entire forest an Immediate Protected Area. All previous logging coupes in the forest have…

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Biolinks and Landscape Planning

Connecting native habitat across landscapes is a key goal in all biodiversity conservation projects and it’s no different in the Strathbogie Ranges region. Habitat corridors within the Ranges are important, as are connections between the Ranges and other parts of Victoria, particularly Central Victoria to the west and the Goulburn-Broken Plains to the north. The…

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Farm Wetlands For Woodlands

This project finished in 2014. Project Activities The Farm Wetlands for Woodlands project is located in the Warrenbayne-Boho and Swanpool Landcare areas of the northern Strathbogie Ranges, Victoria, Australia. The community project is supported by the Victorian Government’s Communities For Nature program and the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network. The project time-frame is June 2012…

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