Leena Renkauskas - newsletter
Invitation to all to our meeting at 7.30pm at the Balliang Hall.
This month, Cameron Steele from People for a Living Moorabool will talk about how his organisation's volunteer members have delved into water authority government data and Google Earth to produce a report that highlights how the continued proliferation of farm dams are impacting the most flow-stressed river in the state. Their work has uncovered some remarkable findings. The Moorabool River is regarded as one of the most flow stressed, if not the most flow stressed in Victoria.
Little River is considered part of the Moorabool catchment under the State Government's Sustainable Water Strategy (SWS). Cameron will also discuss how we can help with producing similar data for the Little River catchment.
Please join us for an engaging and informative evening.
Geelong Landcare Network is holding a Nestbox Building Workshop at Batesford in the morning - see more and buy tickets $25 online [correct link]
Multi-species Pastures with Jade Killoran, healthy Farming Systems. Are you wondering where to start with multi-species pastures? This workshop is being held at the Balliang East Hall, 11265 acchus Marsh-Balliang Road from 2 - 4pm including afternoon tea - see BRLG August newsletter and our links for details. Free but you need to book
As described in David and Pam Goble's article in the August newsletter - locals around You Yangs and Brissies are getting more Koalas trees and habitat planted again this winter. Since 2016 Koala Clancy Foundation has planted more than 100,000 koala habitat - mostly in our region.
Planning for more is underway so please contact Koala Clancy Foundation if you are interested. Find out more!
Thanks to local property owners, Landcare and Melbourne Water this region will have more habitat for koalas and other wildlife. email@example.com