As another year comes to and end and we enter a new decade, I find myself thinking back to the last century and the decade that was the 1920s. The Roaring Twenties was a decade of exciting social changes, marked by a general feeling of novelty where everything seemed to be feasible.
What are you looking for in revegetated sites – drought proofing for stock, habitat for native animals or increasing pollinators to increase yield? Regardless of your response, Yarra Yarra Catchment Management Group’s Regeneration Field Walk provided a great opportunity to discuss further.
A Soil Health Champion is a Wheatbelt farmer who is an inspiration to those around them. They embody the principals of sustainable agriculture and natural resource management. They have a strong drive to improve the health of their soils.
Nuytsia floribunda is a fascinating plant both aesthetically and biologically. Aesthetically, this Western Australian native tree or shrub produces a dazzling display of vivid yellow/orange flowers around December, giving rise to its common name of the Western Australian Christmas Tree.