Dieback Project

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Let the dead trees stand

Last Saturday, a group of six Landcarers, aged 6 to 70, took themselves off to Gegedzerick Travelling Stock Reserve, the area surrounding the historic church atop the hill just north of Berridale. They had one question on their minds: how many of the dead ribbon gums lost to dieback contain […]

Tackling Tree Dieback and Woodland Restoration Forum – Qbn – Nov 2016

The following papers were presented at this important forum. K2C Forum ProgramDieback Forum Introduction by Rainer RehwinkelDieback Implications for Koalas by Chris AllenBlakely’s Red Gum Dieback Mapping by BothaMonaro Dieback by Cris BrackAssisted Colonization by Sue McIntyreMcleods Creek NR Woodland Restoration by Suzanne PowerWoodland Management Principles by Jacqui StolMonaro Tree Comeback Project by Nicki TawsUpper Snowy […]

Dieback Update June 2016

Tree planting goes ahead after massive rain event on the Monaro   Upper Snowy Landcare Committee (USLC) is overjoyed to embark on the tree planting phase of its large scale revegetation project amongst the dieback scarred hills between Cooma and Berridale this week. Robin Sevenoaks (Chair of USLC) was on site […]