Victorian Landcare Magazine

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Weather and climate resources from Agriculture Victoria

Agriculture Victoria provides a range of services to support farmers and advisers to manage the risks associated with seasonal variability...

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Drought declaration produces climate change scenarios

The Ararat Rural City Council (ARCC) was drought declared by the State Government in early 2016.

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Climate change - an opportunity to rethink, restore and reboot

Unlike some city folk, many people who live and work in rural areas are inherently attuned to outside weather conditions.

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Victoria's freshwater blue carbon stores

As the impacts of climate change are becoming increasingly apparent, wetlands are drawing more and more attention for their vast...

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Research reveals the future for dairy farming in Gippsland

What will the climate in Gippsland be like in 2040 and how will different dairy farming systems respond to a...

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Managing the farm risks in the Corangamite region

Farmers are great adaptors.

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Helping the grains industry deal with climate volatility

Each year crop losses from frost and heat events cost the Australian grains industry tens of millions of dollars making...

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Introducing Landcare Victoria Incorporated

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

From the Minister - Issue 69

Article, Summer 2017,Issue 68,

Landcare in Victoria celebrates 30 years

Landcare in Victoria celebrated 30 years of achievement on Friday 25 November 2016 at Parliament House, Melbourne.

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

2017 Victorian Landcare Awards

Entries for the 2017 Victorian Landcare Awards are now open.

Article, Summer 2017,Issue 68,

Five crowdfunding tips from the southern Otways

In late 2015 the Southern Otway Landcare Network (SOLN) was offered the opportunity to participate in the Victorian Government’s Threatened...

Article, Summer 2017,Issue 68,

Animals and secret cameras encourage landholders to care for nature at Christmas Hills

The Christmas Hills area is rich in flora and fauna.

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Climate change - plants and animals don't lie

Climate change has become a politically charged topic in Australia, and it seems our voting preference is heavily influenced by...

Article, Summer 2017,Issue 68,

Fish Circus recruits supporters for the Macquarie perch

The once widespread Macquarie perch has declined dramatically since the 1920s, with remaining populations relatively small and isolated.

Article, Summer 2017,Issue 68,

A day in the life of a Riverkeeper

The Werribee River is Melbourne’s second largest river system.

Article, Winter 2017,Issue 69,

Black wallabies on the move

For the past 35 years my wife and I have lived in a rural setting near Portland with 100 acres...

Article, Summer 2017,Issue 68,

Blogging for nature

Two days before Christmas in 2008 I sat down and wrote my first blog post.

Article, Summer 2017,Issue 68,

Anniversary celebrations highlight Landcare connections with Traditional Owners

Celebrations held in the Port Phillip and Western Port region to mark 30 years of Landcare in Victoria have highlighted...

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