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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

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The committee and staff at the Far South Coast Landcare Association would like to wish our Landcare community a very merry Christmas and all the best for the new year. Although COVID-19 interrupted many plans and projects this year, our Landcare groups and association continued to do some very important work and achieve great things […]

Attention Graziers: Paired Paddock and Dung Beetle Field Days

Attention Graziers: Paired Paddock and Dung Beetle Field Days

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Graziers and landholders are invited to attend a field day to examine the results of trials looking at the impact of good soil nutrition on pasture production, stocking rates and profitability. This field day will be held on Helen Weston’s property at Myrtle Mountain from 10:30-1pm on Monday 29th November. For more details see the […]

We are hiring: Coastal Weeds Project Officer – Position was NOT filled.  To be re-advertised in the new year!!

We are hiring: Coastal Weeds Project Officer – Position was NOT filled. To be re-advertised in the new year!!

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Applications must be received by 11pm Thursday 2nd December 2021 – CLOSED The Far South Coast Landcare Association (FSCLA) is a community Landcare peak body with a commitment to improving the local environment and the resilience, health and well-being of the local community. The FSCLA supports over 25 Landcare groups within the Bega and Towamba […]

We are hiring: Koala Engagement Officer (KEO) – Far South Coast

We are hiring: Koala Engagement Officer (KEO) – Far South Coast

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This position will be part-time 3 days per week. Koala Engagement Officer (KEO) – Far South Coast People of Aboriginal heritage with Association to Country on the Far South Coast of NSW are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Applications must be received by 11pm Wednesday October 27

Saving our threatened Cockies: Gang-gang and Glossy Black-Cockatoos – September until January

Saving our threatened Cockies: Gang-gang and Glossy Black-Cockatoos – September until January

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These are two of our most loved parrots and their numbers are decliningrapidly. We don’t want to lose them in our region so the Atlas of Life isasking you to help with important research. In order to establish their main habitat areas and their habits, we areasking people to record any Gang-gangs and Glossy Black-Cockatooswhenever […]