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South East Wetland Carers Network Forum

Shoalhaven Wetland Forum Sanctuary Point Youth and Community Centre 34 Paradise Point Rd, Sanctuary Point. Monday 9th May 9.30 am – 4.00 pm Following on from some inspiring workshops along the length of the south and far south coasts, the South East Wetland Carers Network’s “Shoalhaven Wetland Forum” promises to be our biggest and best event. Led by widely experienced presenters the...

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Wetland Carers Network events

World Wetlands Day – Wildlife in your wetland February 2nd 2016 Download the flyer here Water, Stock and Wildlife workshop – Moruya March 17th 2016 Download the flyer...

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South East Local Land Services

South East Local Land Services

The South East region is characterised by a high level of diversity in its landscapes, land uses and communities.  Landscapes range from the temperate rainforests of the coast to the wide and open grasslands of the Monaro, from extensive coastal estuaries and lakes to small upland freshwater wetlands, and from intermittently flowing coastal streams to marine waters. The South East region...

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The Seven DLAs

The Seven DLAs

The Southern Rivers Catchment is divided up into Seven Districts where Landcare associations offer umbrella support to Landcare groups withing that region. Here is a map which outlines the boundaries to each district. The districts are broken down into: Illawarra Shoalhaven Upper Shoalhaven Eurobodalla Upper Snowy Far South Coast Snowy River Interstate Each district has an umbrella landcare...

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Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

Caring for our Country Funding Caring for our Country is the way the Australian Government funds environmental management of our natural resources. Caring for our Country supports communities, farmers and other land managers protect Australia’s natural environment and sustainably produce food and fibre. The goal of Caring for our Country is to achieve an environment that is healthier, better...

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