Did you know that frogs are very sensitive to changes in their environment? Or that changes in their populations can reflect changes in aquatic ecosystem health?
Approximately 40 students from the University of Canberra visited The Mulloon Institute recently to expand their studies in Environmental Science.
Photos from the recent ‘Jillamatong 2040’ forum on regenerative land management and natural capital, held at Martin Royds’ property in Braidwood.
A demonstration site of Natural Sequence Farming techniques suitable for hilltop country is progressing nicely at Duralla.
Scott Middlebrook from Mulloon Creek Natural Farms completed the earthworks, including contours and ridge ponds to distribute water and fertility to the high ground.
Manpower Green Army also helped out by planting and protecting a belt of complementary deciduous tree species.
A baseline fish survey of the Lower Mulloon Creek catchment will provide a benchmark for helping determine the impact of the Mulloon Community Landscape Rehydration Project (MCLRP) on numbers and varieties of fish fauna in the waterway.