What's Happening

Aboriginal Cultural Land Management

Aboriginal Agriculture

Aboriginal Cultural Land Management and Sustainable and Productive Rural Practice for the 21st Century

An early evening conversation with Bill Gammage and Bruce Pascoe

Facilitated by Peter Bridgewater (Chair Landcare ACT) and Wally Bell (Ngunawal Elder)

Bruce, Bill, Peter and Wally in conversation on 9th May 2018, hosted by Landcare ACT and the University of Canberra

Newsletter 2018-05

Molonglo Catchment Group


Your Molonglo Catchment

Molonglo Catchment Group

We seek to achieve a healthy, resilient and productive catchment: the Molonglo and Queanbeyan river system with all its diverse, interconnected tableland landscapes and communities.

Birds in remnants

Saving our Scarlet Robin monitoring workshop

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Join Greening Australia Project Manager and local bird identification expert Nicki Taws for a bird monitoring workshop at Wandiyali-Environa Wildlife Sanctuary in Googong.

Aboriginal cool burning

Traditional burning for the 21st Century

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Integrating traditional knowledge from ‘fire stick’ farming in Ngunawal cultural pathways with present-day monitoring of changing ecology of grasslands and woodlands.

World Environment Day

Jerrabomberra Tree Planting

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Come and join Molonglo Catchment Group, Conservation Volunteers Australia and Jerrabomberra and Queanbeyan Landcare Groups plant trees on world environment day in a local nature reserve with stunning views!

Black Mountain Symposium 2018

Themed talks: Natural and cultural environment

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The past 50 years informing the next 50

Black Mountain Symposium 2018

Guided themed walks

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The past 50 years informing the next 50
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