Upper Murrumbidgee Catchment Network

Fact sheet


Groundwater fact sheet

Groundwater in the upper Murrumbidgee
Understanding your bore

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Fact sheet


Wetlands fact sheet

Unearthing wetlands of the upper Murrumbidgee

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Fact sheet


Drought fact sheet

Living with drought for small rural blocks in the upper Murrumbidgee

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Upper Murrumbidgee Catchment Network

Healthy landscapes and resilient communities in the Upper Murrumbidgee Catchment through managing its natural resources on a sustainable basis.

Woodland Flora

FOG highly recommends Woodland Flora, a Field Guide for the Southern Tablelands (NSW and ACT), published in 2015.  It is an easy to use field guide for woodland ecosystems by Sarah Sharp, Rainer Rehwinkel, Dave Mallinson and David Eddy. It covers 440 species found in woodlands in the Southern Tablelands. Many of these species also occur in other habitats and in other regions and states. Every page has descriptions and one or more photos to help identify each of the species. This is a companion book to Grassland Flora.Friends of Grasslands Inc is the distributor for the book and can supply both retail and wholesale quantities.

The price is $20 per copy plus postage for current FoG members. For non-members it is $25 plus postage. Order form (.docx) Order form (.pdf) (this is also the order form for Grassland Flora).

For bulk or commercial orders please email booksales@fog.org.au.

Please email booksales@fog.org.au for more information.


K2C Forum, 18 November, 2016: Dieback and Woodland Restoration

Please take a look at these important presentations to the forum on 18 November on this critical issue.


Calling all Horse Enthusiasts - March is your month
29 Mar 2017 (All day)

 

The Canberra Region is hosting three events that will bring experienced and highly knowledgeable equine educators to an event near you. If you are interested in developing a property plan based on Equiculture principles, concerned about worm resistance or want to know more about what plants can be harmful to your horse, there is an event just for you


Aboriginal Green Army

6 March 2017

The ACT Catchment Groups are coordinating an Aboriginal Green Army team, running from 16 March for 23 weeks.

This team will have up to nine young people aged 17-24, working on important natural and cultural sites the ACT Region.  

A local Aboriginal elder will provide cultural mentoring for the participants and a Conservation Volunteers Australia supervisor will guide the daily activities.  


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From the Horses Mouth - Healthy Horse Keeping Seminar
28 Mar 2017 - 6:00pm

 

The ACT Regional Landcare Facilitator Program invites the equine community to an evening of informative and engaging presentations from local and interstate equine educators and vets. Please see full program below;


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