Greetings for Kyogle Landcare - Due to the severity of the recent floods many creeks and river banks have been damaged, in some cases the damage is severe. If you have had damage to creek/river areas on your property, Kyogle Landcare Inc has a limited number of plants available at its Nursery near the Kyogle Tennis Courts for flood restoration.
For current financial members of Kyogle Landcare - 60 tubestock (a mixture of small tubestock and large tubestock) are available for free. For non-members - there will be a recovery price (cover costs of pot and potting mix) of 3xsmall tube stock for $1.00 and 2xlarge tubestock for $1.00.
To take advantage of this offer we simply require a photo of the damage, the name of property owner/s and address of property. This offer applies to Landholders in the Kyogle LGA only.
The Nursery is opened Tuesdays 9am – 11am. This offer is available until the end of June.
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The new May edition focuses on Climate impacts on farming practices and energy efficiency.
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Do you find yourself staring up into the canopy and wanting to identify that glorious tree with nothing but the trunk as your guide?
With over 30 years’ experience in identifying eastern Australian rainforest trees, Peter Poropat has published two popular books on Barks and Trunks, Rainforest Trees of South-Eastern Australia (Volume 1 and 2). These books have now been converted into an App available from the Apple iTunes store. This App is currently only available for iPhones.
Peter's books are available from his website: www.barksandtrunks.com.au.
Introducing Bill Crisp and Scent Dog Bugs, who operate Tracs Wild Dog Management. Bill will be submitting a series of short articles in the upcoming BRRVLN newsletters. Tracs is a pest animal control business based locally, targeting Wild Dogs, feral cats and red fox.
The term ‘Wild Dogs ‘ is applied to all canines living independently of man, including dingos, hybrid dingo cross dogs and domestic dogs that have gone feral.
Dingos came to Australia approximately 3000 years ago, traded into north Australia through Asian fishermen, now found throughout the mainland. The Dingo never got as far as Tasmania. Wild Dogs are a ‘declared pest animal’ under the Local Land Services Act 2013, which means that all canines living independently of man are listed as a “declared pest animal”, the Legislation states that all land occupiers must suppress and control these Wild Dogs.
If your incorporated group has not-for-profit status and / or is registered with the ACNC then you may be eligible for an exemption from the NSW Office of State Revenue on the stamp duty on insurance premiums and vehicle registrations. Landcare NSW has developed a fact sheet to provide more information about this and other tax concessions for Landcare groups.
CLICK HERE and follow the link to open Fact Sheet No 28 - Not-for-Profit or Charity status and Tax Concessions