Growing Great Ground – A New Opportunity from NACC NRM
Farmers and small landholders in the Northern Agricultural Region have received a boost to reduce wind erosion, increase soil carbon and improve native vegetation with the start of NACC NRM’s latest project – Growing Great Ground.
Every Australian Can Celebrate National Agriculture Day!
On 21 November, NACC NRM joined thousands of Australians to celebrate National Agriculture Day! The aim of National Agriculture Day is to celebrate the role that Australian agriculture plays in producing high quality foo for all Australians and the rest of the world, and to increase awareness of this incredible industry.. Read more here>>
Canna Reserve BioBlitz -
Final Report Now Available
The weather may have been hot and dry, but that didn’t stop everyone having fun and learning about the rich biodiversity and conservation value of the wonderful Canna Reserve during the highly successful 2019 BioBlitz.
NRM, Knowledge and Partnerships, Partnerships, Partnerships
Every two years’ people working in the NRM sector from across Australia come together to share their knowledge and contribute to the future direction of NRM in Australia. This year NRM Regions Australia, along with the North East Catchment Management Authority, hosted Australia’s 7th National NRM Knowledge Conference Read more here>>
Perenjori Community Stop and Smell The Roses
During November, NACC NRM joined volunteers from the Perenjori Community Garden to take part in the Wild Pollinator Count – a great way to see what insects you have in your backyard and an opportunity to contribute to wild pollinator insect conservation in Australia
Black Bream complete their whole lifecycle within an estuary and can cope with salinity and temperature changes that would kill many other species. As hardy as they are, they are still ultimately reliant on healthy rivers and estuaries for their survival
As a current Director of NACC I was delighted to be re-elected to the board during the 2019 AGM. I am a chemical engineer with additional qualifications in Arts and Mineral Economics, and I bring general management skills from 18 years working in the resources and construction industry
NACC’s Biodiversity Community Grants aim to improve the management and protection of the region’s threatened Malleefowl and Black-flanked Rock-wallaby to ensure their ecological values are retained for future generations.