BEYOND BOLAC caring for catchments
Friday 19th July, starting at 10am, at the Lake Bolac Bowling Club.
Come to the Beyond Bolac Winter Forum and hear a range of speakers on an exciting array of subjects. Catch up with others in your community, and hear what is going on around you.
The CMA is running a project in the upper reaches of the Fiery Creek. Have a look at the information sheet to see how you can be involved.
Here is a fun activity to do, as part of the Lake Bolac Eel Festival. Click here to download the information sheet - Migrating Eels
The Lake Bolac Eel Festival is on again – Saturday 23rd March, 11am – midnight. Click here to download the poster for information on bands and performances.
We hope you have a great harvest and hope you get a chance to have a break at some stage over Christmas. See you again in 2013.
DPI is running a soils field day with a range of speakers. Click on the flyer for more information.
Beyond Bolac was successful in receiving $150,700 from the Caring for our Country funding round. The project will enhance ten kilometres of riparian vegetation along key sections of the Fiery Creek. Tubestock planting, direct seeding, fencing to control grazing, and weed control will increase the quality of riparian habitat and augment natural regeneration.
Please contact Bill Sharp if you are interested in being involved.
The catchment of the Fiery Creek contains perhaps the most wetlands of any catchment in the Glenelg Hopkins region, with a very diverse range from drained and ‘dry’ to almost permanent wetlands. At the moment so many are full for the first time in about 15 years, changing the potential management of them almost completely.
Beyond Bolac Catchment Action Group invites you to attend a wetlands forum, starting at the Streatham Hall at 9am. The forum will include a wetlands visit, and a diverse range of interesting speakers. Email Bill Sharp to book a spot or phone 0418 542 687.