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Autumn 2022 Issue 34
Learn about biochar and its value and one of our pest animals, Deer. Plus all our usual features and more.
Spring 2021 Issue 33
Meet our new facilitator and read read the continued article about living off the grid.
Spring 2020 Issue 32
Update on our recent seagrass activities and all our current projects.
Autumn 2020 Issue 31
Read about our boat trip, how young people are getting involved in landcare, climate proof tree planting.
Spring 2019 Issue 30
We go offshore with our seagrass project, community care during the drought, project updates.
Autumn 2019 Issue 29
A report on the success of our unusual project Seagrass Planting. The community drought event and the details of our mentoring project - plus lots more!
Spring 2018 Issue 28
An introduction to our new staff. Read a report on the National Landcare Conference from those who attended. See what our kid have been doing in Landcare over the last few months.
Autumn 2018 Issue 27
A report on the recent Regional Landcare Forum, articles on our young and our elderly Landcarers and updates on our current projects.
Summer 2017 Issue 26
Details of how some of members have improved their properties and the environment. A report on the rejuvenated Albert River Group and general update as what has been happening across the Network.
Autumn 2017 Issue 25
Read the results of the WGCMA green carpet awards in which our members featured. A report on a very successful JARR tour and details of an ongoing wildlife survey within our Network.
Summer 2016 Issue 24
This issue introduces a new "Kids Page" section. Read a report on the annual Landcare Conference. Reuslts of our AGM and interesting articles about what people have been up to and what is coming up next year.
Winter 2016 Issue 23
Find out what's coming up in your area. Progress report on the Strzelecki mammal survey. The outcome of the Regional Landcare gathering.
Autumn 2016 Issue 22
Lots of great animal focused articles. Bruce Atkins and Linda Rippon are our featured Landcarers. Details of the Landcare BBQ in April. Some new projects being rolled out across the network.
Summer 2015 Issue 21
Read about the groups latest activities, how bird monitoring is used to gauge the state of biodiversity. Whats coming up in the new year.
Spring 2015 Issue 20
See the results of our success in the 2015 Victorian Landcare awards. Water planning for the predicted dry season and lots more.
Winter 2015 Issue 19
See the results of the All Washed Up competition. Read a profile on one of our local Landcarers. Get the low down on Bush Tucker and the news on our current projects.
Autumn 2015 Issue 18
The results of our annual award winners and their achievements head up this newsletter together with updates on our current projects.
Summer 2014 Issue 17
Read about the orchids of Hedley and the rediscovered and revitalised Yarram Botanic gardens.
Spring 2014 Issue 16
On September 12 it was wonderful to see Samantha Monks accept an award from the Victorian Coastal Council for the saltmarsh protection YYLN has delivered in conjunction with landholders and partner organisations.
Winter Issue 2014 Issue 15
I write this in the glow of the last of Autumn’s unusually late sunny spell, which I suspect will be a distant memory by the time you read this. Winter is here and whilst it might not be the Antarctica weather conditions of the front cover, it is the time for planning and preparing.
Autumn Issue 2014 Issue 14
YYLN was awarded the Lyrebird Award for Excellence in Natural Resource Management for our Community Leadership and Environmental Outcomes. Read more about this award and why we were given the honour.............
Summer 2013 Issue 13
Spring 2013 Issue 12
Winter 2013 Issue 11
Autumn 2013 Issue 10
Summer 2012 Issue 9
Spring 2012 Issue 8
Winter 2012 Issue 7
Autumn 2012 Issue 6
Summer 2011 Issue 5
Spring 2011 Issue 4
Winter 2011 Issue 3
Autumn 2011 Issue 2
Summer 2010 Issue 1
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