Case Studies

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"Weed of the Week" Project

An eight Week series of Advertorials raising awareness on priority and emerging weed species in the North West of NSW

MEPAAW Weed control Urban and Peri-urban Monitoring

MEPAAW Pasture Weeds Workshop

Common and invasive weeds in local pastures - their management and control

MEPAAW

First weeds to appear: Serrated Tussock

Bare and disturbed ground makes a happy home for this weed of national significance

MEPAAW

Controlling the Invasive Indian Myna Bird

Identification and trapping techniques to lessen the impact of the invasive species upon drought-affected properties in the Glen Innes region

MEPAAW Pest control Habitat Biodiversity Community

Deer Information Evening

The impact of deer upon the Glen Innes region and changes to NSW Government legislation surrounding deer game status

MEPAAW Pest control Biodiversity Erosion Control

Feral Fighters Rabbit Control Field Day

Managing rabbit populations in the New England region

MEPAAW Pest control Biodiversity Habitat Workshops Community

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Invasive Grass Species

Increasing community knowledge and management of Chilean Needle Grass

MEPAAW

Singleton community gardens revitalisation

Landcare and community groups come together for community garden revitalisation

Community Habitat

Riverina MEPAAW at the Henty Machinery Field Days

Taking to the Henty Machinery Field Days to engage the community with local experts

MEPAAW

Weeds Roundup for Morundah and Leeton

Silverleaf nightshade with Dr Hanwen Wu

MEPAAW

Oberne Valley Pest Masterclass

Pest training and forming a pest animal management group

MEPAAW

Talking Weeds at the Winery

Biodiversity Community Education Local Government MEPAAW Weed control

Pest Management Workshop

Hunter Wetlands Centre arranges workshop to advise volunteers on feral animals and weeds on site

MEPAAW

When garden plants turn bad

When garden plants turn bad: Environmental weeds of the Byron Shire

Weed control Education MEPAAW Public Lands and Reserves

Managing Feral Cats

All land managers can reduce risks from Feral Cat populations on land under their care and control.

MEPAAW

Which weed is which?

Pest animal & weed fun at Henty Machinery Field Days 2019

Biodiversity Community Education MEPAAW Weed control Pest control

Sharing ideers and resources to prevent another feral invasion

Preventing the establishment of feral deer on the Northern Rivers

Biodiversity Livestock MEPAAW Pest control Planning Monitoring Native Vegetation Water quality Grazing Public Lands and Reserves

Baits & Trail Camera Workshop

Using MEPAAW funds, Gunning District Landcare offered a workshop on 'Laying Baits & Using Trail Cameras' in its ongoing work to control foxes in the region.

MEPAAW

Weed Education at Urunga Wetland

To address the impacts of invasive weeds Urunga Residents participated in a walk and talk workshop

Workshops Biodiversity Education Community MEPAAW Public Lands and Reserves Native Vegetation Riparian Water quality Urban and Peri-urban Wetlands Weed control