Sustainability

Sustainability

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Hasn’t a year gone fast. Sunday 30 July 2017 marks the first birthday of the Ash Wednesday Bushfire Education Centre (AWBEC). So to mark...

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If you have ever walked along the Nobelius track in Emerald Lake Park next to the Puffing Billy railway line you may have noticed...

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Since 1989 when the Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater (aka the Friends) were formed it was decided that a priority would be to increase...

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A significant proportion of indigenous vegetation occurs in the 50 plus hectares of Emerald Lake Park (ELP), and this provides habitat connection corridors for...

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Wildlife Foster Caring is extremely rewarding. A carer is one of the privileged few allowed to look after our sick, injured, and orphaned native...

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Like most hills residents I have spent most of spring wondering if we were ever to get some weather that will make it feel...

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Our beekeeping season begins in springtime, however with this wet and unsteady weather our honey bees are almost four weeks behind schedule. This means...

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There is certainly a buzz in the air, with backyard bee-keeping growing in popularity around Australia and the rest of the world. Possibly the...

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It was about five years ago and I was right into brewing my own beer. It was fascinating to me to be able...

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Without bees we cannot survive; they are essential for pollination of almost all food crops. Flowers don’t have legs, so they are designed to...