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Managing Horses on Small Properties

This is the third of three field days being run by the Molonglo and Ginninderra Catchment Groups with Jane Myers on Managing Horses on Small Properties as a follow-up from our very popular seminars with Jane earlier in the year. The days are being run with the assistance of the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country and ActewAGL.

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Managing Horses on Small Properties

This is the second of three field days being run by the Molonglo and Ginninderra Catchment Groups with Jane Myers on Managing Horses on Small Properties as a follow-up from our very popular seminars with Jane earlier in the year. The days are being run with the assistance of the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country and ActewAGL.

The field days are:

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Launch of the Molonglo River Rescue Action Plan

The Molonglo River Rescue Action Plan details how to rehabilitate the Molonglo River - from Captains Flat in NSW right through to its confluence with the Murrumbidgee in north-western ACT. The Plan will officially be launched with the help of year 2 students from Ainslie Primary School at Molonglo Reach opposite Duntroon, ACT. Hard copies of the Plan will be available on the day or can be collected from the Molonglo Catchment Group office in Queanbeyan.

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World Environment Day 2010 - Walk, Talk & Tea

Celebrate World Environment Day with a walk and learn how the Mount Ainslie Weeders, the Friends of Mount Majura, and the Watson Woodland Group are enhancing the bush environment in three separate areas. Enjoy a delicious afternoon tea and listen to an informative presentation from Dr. Phil Gibbons of the ANU Fenner School of the Environment, who will talk about habitat trees in the area.

Meet at 1pm and choose between the following walks:

Mt Ainslie park entrance gate Phillip Avenue / Kellaway Street and view the revegetation work on the old Ainslie tip.

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A Burra Ideas Morning

Burra Landcare is hosting a Sunday  morning discussion to toss around ideas about three of the major issues in rural residential life; water, weeds and feral animals. Come to the Burra Hall around 10am on the 16th of May to join in. Whether you have been in Burra for 5minutes or 50years, these three issues create serious and constant work for everyone. We will be discussing:

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Community-based biodiversity monitoring trial in the Molonglo Catchment

The Molonglo Catchment Group has funding to begin developing a community-based biodiversity monitoring program, similar to Waterwatch and Frogwatch. To begin with we need 4 volunteers with sites within the Molonglo Catchment who would be willing to be trained in the Vegetation Monitoring Manual produced by Greening Australia (a half day workshop), and then undertake the monitoring on their own properties / sites.

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