Posts in Category: Environment
FARMERS across Strathbogie Shire are faced with tough decisions as they stare down the barrel of a one-in-20-year-drought.
A GROUP has recently formed in the wake of concerns regarding prescribed burning in the Strathbogie State Forest by the Department of Environment, Land, Water…
LONGWOOD resident Anne Murray has been consulting with the community regarding the future of four red box trees at the Longwood Recreation Reserve.
STRATHBOGIE Voices member and former Environment Commissioner Professor Kate Auty has returned from the Paris Climate Change talks where she said local action was paramount.
THERE is a strong revolution currently happening in the realm of recycling.
TRAFFIC was diverted for over four hours last Wednesday due to an out of control burn-off which crossed the Hume Freeway at Euroa.
RATEPAYERS within the Strathbogie Shire could see the lowest rating increase since amalgamation, with a four per cent rise on the cards.
CLIMATE change expert Professor David Karoly will be the key spokesperson at an environmental seminar on Saturday.
SILT traps set up to avoid water contamination from heavy rainfall on a bushfire-affected Creightons Creek property have been hailed a success by GeckoCLAN Landcare.
EUROA residents can breathe a sigh of relief now the Seven Creeks is filled to the brim with water, after almost three weeks empty