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From November 2010, the Molonglo Catchment Group will produce a Quarterly Newsletter, Your Molonglo Catchment, about recent events and offering advance notice of what's coming up.  You can subscribe to the Newsletter and / or the Web Updates e-Bulletin

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Newsletter Contents
March, 2017 ( 841KB) Small Grants 2017
Staffing Arrangements
Incentives for Burra and Royalla Landholders
Black Mountain Woodlands Walk
Burra Saving our Scarlet Robin Workshops
Weed Feature: Ox-Eye Daisy
Caring for Ngunawal Pathways
The Waterwatch Page
New Business Strategy Adopted
Pest Feature: Carp Herpes Virus
Heritage Festival walks & talks on Black Mountain
Leaders Spotlight: Maryke Booth
January, 2014 ( 1,618KB) MCG Funding Anna See
ACT Centenary Bioblitz Anna See
What's the Buzz with these Bugs? David Dempster
Weed Management Workshops at Burra Don Fraser
Bits and Pieces
Summing up Six Years
Stephen Skinner
February, 2013 ( 1,014KB) Nest boxes — Do they increase biodiversity? by Anna See
It’s your tackle … Look after it! by Stephen Skinner
Invasive Animals CRC update
Rabbit Control Program by Rachel Marks
Friends of Black Mountain - Working Party 2 February by Linda Beveridge
Burra Spray Safe & Save and Weed ID Workshops!
ACT Centenary Bioblitz!
by Rachel Marks
November, 2012 ( 1,742KB) Never judge a brook by its cover...of diatoms - By Stephen Skinner
Friends of Black Mountain - By Linda Beveridge
Heritage Guru's - Friends of Glenburn - By Col McAlister
Biodiversity Monitoring - By Rachel Marks
Carwoola Wildflowers - By Lynton Bond
Oaks Estate Weed ID - By Karen Williams
Opinion Piece - Do we really value mature trees?
June, 2012 ( 1,611KB) Autumn in the Burra Valley
Bye Bye Bunnies
Molonglo and Queanbeyan River rehabilitation: Oaks Estate Planting Day
Fleabane Conyza bonariensis
First Platypus walk for 2012
December, 2011 ( 1,970KB) Look out Rabbits
Sustainable Farming in the Majura Valley
Carwoola Field Days
Water = Life?
Feral Fish
Coordinator’s Report
July, 2011 ( 1,016KB) Rabbits in Royalla
Getting Involved with Waterwatch
Seeing Grasslands
Natives to bring pollinators to your garden
Coordinator’s Report
April, 2011 ( 973KB) Bush on the Boundary-Molonglo Valley
Little Burra Grazing and Riparian Management
Cuumbeun Nature Reserve Walk
Four Pretty, Dangerous Water Plants
Sustainability on Small Farms Wraps Up
MCG Project Funding
MCG Membership
Managing Horses on Small Properties
Coordinator’s Report
December, 2010 ( 758KB) Sustainability on Small Farms
Friends of the Pinnacle - A Whirlwind Year
River Heights
Seeing grasslands with camera
Managing Horses on Small Properties
Queanbeyan Floods
Coordinator’s Report
November, 2010 ( 353KB) An Evening’s Frogwatching along the Queanbeyan
Kosciuszko2Coast Biodiversity and Farming Fair, Sunday 10th October
Carwoola Spring Wildflower Walk
Tree Planting on Burra Road 24 October 2010
Reading the Landscape with David Tongway, 18 September
Coordinator’s Report
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