News

From time to time Riverina Highlands Landcare Network will post small news items of interest. For a quarterly update on our activities, take a look at our Newsletter.

Kids Propogation Workshop – 12th July

Added: 7 July 2017

The Riverina Highlands Landcare Nursery is hosting a free school holidays plant propogation workshop to help inspire a new generation of plant enthusiasts. Through a series of hands-on activities, children will learn how to grow native plants from seed and cuttings. Continue reading

Backyard Bee Keeping – 3rd August

Added: 7 July 2017

Backyard Beekeeping is becoming increasingly popular and is something most people can do. Mike James from the Wagga Wagga Amateur Beekeeping Group is the guest speaker for Riverina Highlands Landcare Network’s annual winter warmer dinner. Mike will walk through the types of hives, the basic equipment needed and the do and dont’s of backyard beekeeping.
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FREE Plant Propogation Workshop for Kids

Added: 27 March 2017

The Riverina Highlands Landcare Nursery is hosting a free school holidays plant propogation workshop to help inspire a new generation of plant enthusiasts. The workshop will be held on Wednesday 19th April at the Landcare Nursery on Gocup rd Tumut. RSVP your interest to Steve Hamill, Landcare Nursery Coordinator on 0427 568 131. Continue reading

Small Scale Erosion Control Site Needed

Added: 17 February 2017

With funding from the Riverina LLS, the Riverina Highlands Landcare Network is hosting a Small Scale Erosion Control Workshop on the 20th April to provide low-cost practical solutions to stop active erosion. As this is a hands on event, we … Continue reading

Landcare Needs Your Help

Added: 17 February 2017

The Riverina Highlands Landcare Network is holding its Annual General Meeting in May and is now looking for new members to become part of the Executive Committee. The office bearers for the Executive Committee are Chairman, Deputy Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary, Public Officer and a minimum of three committee members. Continue reading