John Anderson reported this ‘bird hole’ dug by swans and ducks on the verge of one of his lakes (Cockajemmy Lakes) near Willaura. The birds dig to find less saline water to wash their beaks as the the lakes are so salty – bird hole about 10000 ecu and lakes about 30000 ecu. The brolgas
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. BEYOND BOLAC winter forum program.
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
DSE has announced today that Beyond Bolac is one of the groups to receive funding for a Landcare Facilitator. This is exciting news for the group, who has a part time Facilitator funded by The Norman Wettenhall Foundation. This new position is going to strengthen Beyond Bolac’s work and help to bring the vision to