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Resource, 20 Jun 2019,

ATO Tax Fact sheets Shelterbelts

Primary Producers ATO entitlements to claim the costs of building shelterbelts on land in Australia explained.

Resource, 1 Apr 2019,

2019 AUTUMN BULK CHEMICAL PROGRAM

Resource, 1 Apr 2019,

2019 Bulk Chemical Order Form

Resource, 7 Mar 2019,

VGT Resources

This page willl give you access to various resources that have been developed for gorse identification, best practice control and...

Project Update, 8 Jun 2018,

CHLG position on Melbourne Water land sales - map and rationale

CHLG position on Melbourne Water land sales - map, accompanied by explanatory rationale 

Resource, 20 Feb 2018,

Order for competitively priced chemical

ORDER FORMS OUT NOW

Resource, 20 Feb 2018,

Annual Membership Form

Becoming a paid Landcare Member supports the Swifts Creek Ensay Landcare Group in so many ways. 

Resource, 20 Feb 2018,

Joining BDPO and becoming a member

Becoming a Landcare Member supports the BDPO Group in so many ways.  Your fees help us cover all the projects...

Resource, 2 Feb 2018,

Tax incentives for establishing shelterbelts

Fact sheet for primary producers

Resource, 31 Mar 2017,

Do it with dung videos

Videos on dung beetles

Resource, 31 Mar 2017,

Dung beetle research

Dung beetle research information

Resource, 31 Mar 2017,

Dung beetle projects Australia wide

Projects through out Aus

Resource, 31 Mar 2017,

How to, guide for dung beetle releases

This describes the procedure of releasing dung beetles onto the farm along with other useful operations

Resource, 31 Mar 2017,

Dung beetle bio-control and the discovery of it's benefits.

An introduction into the history of the birth in agriculture science.

Resource, 31 Mar 2017,

Parasiticides

The negative impacts of Parasiticides on the dung beetle.

Resource, 31 Mar 2017,

Dung beetle resource package

Compiled by the Lucyvale Better Beef Group in 2008 with funding from the National Landcare Program, the Dung Beetle Resource...

Project Update, 31 Mar 2017,

Dung beetle monitoring results

A range of information about the results of monitoring (native and introduced beetles) Volunteer Monitors set traps on a fortnightly...

Project Update, 31 Mar 2017,

Dung beetle identification chart

A simple identification chart for the most common dung beetle species found in our area.

Project Update, 31 Mar 2017,

Dung Beetle Articles

Dung beetle articles that can provide information that could be included in Landcare Newsletters.

Project Update, 31 Mar 2017,

Do it with dung newsletters

These newsletters were produced as a part of do it with dung project.

Resource, 10 Feb 2017,

Economic benefits of Landcare

National Landcare Program case studies

Resource, 23 Nov 2016,

Landcare Share Centre

The Landcare Share Centre was developed by the former Victorian Landcare Council as a practical means to facilitate sharing and...

Resource, 18 Nov 2016,

Group brochure and strategic plan

Resource, 10 Oct 2016,

Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes

Resource, 5 Oct 2016,

Dung Beetle Resource Kit

Compiled by the Lucyvale Better Beef Group in 2008 with funding from the National Landcare Program, the Dung Beetle Resource...

Resource, 22 Sep 2016,

The Next 30 Years of Landcare!

On 25th November 2016, Landcare in Victoria celebrates its 30 year anniversary.

Resource, 19 Sep 2016,

Guide to plant species in South Gippsland

A Native Vegetation Planting Guide for South Gippsland

Resource, 15 Aug 2016,

Fire recovery: After the 2009 Fires

After the 2009 bushfires the Port Phillip and Westernport CMA prepared several YouTube bushfire recovery videos that include interviews with land...

Resource, 15 Aug 2016,

Fire recovery: Weed control

The risk of weed invasion, and their impact on farms and the environment dramatically increases during and after an emergency...

Resource, 15 Aug 2016,

Fire recovery: Farm recovery after bushfire

Fire recovery resources for landholders

Resource, 15 Aug 2016,

Fire recovery: Livestock after an emergency

Managing livestock and horses after an emergency can be challenging, particularly when large areas of the farm have been affected.