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    Calling all Kingstown & Yarrowyck Area Residents

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    Do you live in the Kingstown or Yarrowyck area? Are you keen to fire up your old Landcare group, or perhaps just do some Landcare type work on your own place as an individual? Have you ever thought about:

    • Fencing that hard-to-access remnant of native vegetation?
    • Fencing off a creek to assist with easier livestock management?
    • Establishing some shelter belts/wind breaks/wildlife corridors in an open area of your farm?
    • Getting some technical advice on native vegetation?

    Well, opportunities are coming your way soon with the launch of the Turning the tide on threatened species - Regent Honeyeater project and it's related field days.

    Southern New England Landcare Coordinators are keen to help landholders in your area to do some action planning, because these types of activities will be eligible for financial and technical assistance through this project. We look forward to hearing from you! Give us a call on 6772 9123 or mail@snelandcare.org.au.

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