Beyond Bolac's Work

What We Are Doing

Enhance Biodiversity

To protect riparian vegetation and enhance biodiversity throughout the catchment

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Wetland Restoration

To promote restoration of wetlands across the catchment

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Sustainable Land Use

To encourage and support sustainable land use and productivity throughout the catchment

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Protect and Enhance Waterways

To protect & enhance waterway condition within the catchment

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About Beyond Bolac

Implementing projects
to improve
biodiversity

Beyond Bolac is a community group which was established in 2007 to undertake restoration of the Lake Bolac Catchment, including the Fiery Creek which flows into Lake Bolac and Salt Creek which flows from Lake Bolac to Hexham.

Beyond Bolac aims to work with community groups, farmers, industry and government agencies to undertake restoration activities, which include fencing, revegetation, and pest plant and animal control.

Our vision is for a biodiverse, productive, resilient and safe catchment supporting vibrant communities and land managers.

The aim of the group is to engage, enable and assist land managers to implement projects to improve biodiversity in a productive and healthy landscape

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Our Projects

On-fram Trial: An invitation to experience Precision Agriculture
Beyond Bolac CAG have engaged Precision Agriculture to complete an on-farm trial to demonstrate how PA strategies can improve productivity and profitability while also protecting swamps. The trial will include an initial consultation, the development of PA strategies, initial sampling and analysis, development of variable rate amelioration strategies and analysis of the first year’s yield data following amelioration. Two cropping farmers will be selected through an Expression of Interest process to work with Precision Agriculture throughout the trial & develop a customised PA journey depending on their key soil constraints and their farming systems.
Fencing and Revegetation
BBCAG coordinates projects including fencing and revegetation within the sub-catchment area.
Conservation Corners
Tight Corners can be problematic; planting native trees can make your cropping operations more efficient.

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Recent News

20 October 2023

ON-FARM TRIAL: AN INVITATION TO EXPERIENCE PRECISION AGRICULTURE

Are you a forward-thinking farmer looking to improve productivity and profitability while also promoting environmental sustainability? If ...

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7 October 2022

Funding recieved from GHCMA- OCOC Grants

BBCAG has been successful in securing funding, in collaboration with three other Landcare networks, for two new ...

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5 April 2022

Sustainable Soils Workshop: Soil Structure & Analysis by differing land use practice

Join Beyond Bolac CAG as we analyse 3 soil pits, looking at a cropping paddock, pasture paddock ...

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