Funded by NSW Environment Trust, the Farmers, Fish and Floodgates Extension Program was a comprehensive 'learning by doing' extension package for farmers and landholders to improve water quality and fish habitat. The program focused on the Clarence catchment (70%) with additional sites in the Macleay (10%) and Richmond Catchments (20%).
The Rocky Shores Protection and Education project aims to increase the level of protection of rocky shores in northern NSW by fostering community awareness and appreciation of the ecological significance of these ecosystems, the threats they face, and actions that can be taken to reduce these threats.
Cassie Price, Senior Projects Coordinator recently delivered four wetland workshops during April 2009 on the South Coast of NSW at Moss Vale, Shoalhaven, Kiama-Shellharbour and Wollongong.
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To celebrate the International Year of Biodiversity WetlandCare Australia in partnership with the Council of Australian Museum Directors is launching the Biodiversity Discovery Project on the NSW mid-north coast.
WetlandCare Australia held 13 events around Australia for World Wetlands Day in February 2012, and directly engaged over 1000 people in exploring their local wetlands, read more...