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Kosciuszko to Coast (K2C) is a partnership of thirteen organisations and numerous businesses, landowners and individuals (associate members) working with landholders in South East NSW (K2C region) to conserve and recover our grasslands, woodlands, riparian and wetland areas, small bush birds, arboreal mammals and treasured forest communities and species.

K2C Forum, 18 November, 2016: Dieback and Woodland Restoration

Please take a look at these important presentations on this critical issue.

K2C Forum Program

Dieback Forum Introduction by Rainer Rehwinkel

Dieback Implications for Koalas by Chris Allen

Blakely's Red Gum Dieback Mapping by Botha

Monaro Dieback by Cris Brack

Assisted Colonization by Sue McIntyre

Mcleods Creek NR Woodland Restoration by Suzanne Power

Woodland Management Principles by Jacqui Stol

Monaro Tree Comeback Project by Nicki Taws

Upper Snowy Landcare Monaro Dieback project by Lauren Van Dyke

Action Plan to Address Dieback in K2C Region

Mulligans Friends - Clean up Australia Day around the Sanctuary
5 Mar 2017 - 9:00am

Official registered site - Clean Up Australia Day 2017 

The Friends of Mulligans Flat in conjunction with ACT Parks and Conservation Service is holding their annual Clean Up around the Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve as part of Clean Up Australia activities

Everyone welcome - register on the day

Date: Sunday 5 March 2017

Time: 9am to 12noon

Location: Main Mulligans car park, Amy Ackman St Forde

Bring: Hat, sunsceen, gloves, water

Enquires: Mark, Friends of Mulligans Flat 0408 166 347





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Woodland Flora

FOG highly recommends Woodland Flora, a Field Guide for the Southern Tablelands (NSW and ACT), published in 2015.  It is an easy to use field guide for woodland ecosystems by Sarah Sharp, Rainer Rehwinkel, Dave Mallinson and David Eddy. It covers 440 species found in woodlands in the Southern Tablelands. Many of these species also occur in other habitats and in other regions and states. Every page has descriptions and one or more photos to help identify each of the species. This is a companion book to Grassland Flora.

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African Love Grass

African Love Grass factsheet African love grass is a significant weed. It has spread rapidly and has the potential to invade the whole of south eastern Australia.

A factsheet prepared for the agricultural industry using 3D weed principles: Deliberation, Diversity and Diligence.

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