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February 2017

Masterplan for the Scenic Eastern Escarpment is now open for public comment

Monday, 13 February @ 12:00 amFriday, 17 March @ 12:00 am

Have Your Say about the Scenic Eastern Escarpment: take the user survey at: http://bluemountainshaveyoursay.com.au/seemasterplan Marges Lookout facilities The Scenic Eastern Escarpment Master Plan is being prepared as part of Councils visitor precinct planning work to provide a strategic, locality based approach to recreation and tourism in natural areas. The Master Plan will form the basis for resourcing and implementing visitor facility upgrades and developments aimed at improving opportunities for nature and culture-based recreation and tourism experiences.…

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Leura Falls Creek Catchment Group meeting

Wednesday, 22 February @ 2:00 am4:00 pm
Blue Mountains Council Administration Building, 2 Civic Place
Katoomba, NSW 2780 Australia
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Meet in the foyer at 1:50pm. Receive updates on progress and participate in making plans for work in the Catchment.  For more information, to confirm the venue and to RSVP, please email Jenny Hill jhill9228@gmail.com

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Katoomba Creek – Remote

Saturday, 25 February
Katoomba Creek, North Katoomba, NSW 2780 Australia + Google Map

Continue the fantastic combined efforts of BMCC and NPWS volunteers in another remote section of Katoomba Creek searching for weeds. Bush regeneration and bushwalking experience is needed. This activity involves off track walking and wading along the creek. This is a joint NPWS & BMCC activity and numbers are limited. Morning tea and lunch supplied. Book with Lyndal on 4780 5623 or lsullivan@bmcc.nsw.gov.au  by Monday 13th Feb.  

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Hollows as Homes Walk and Talk

Saturday, 25 February @ 5:30 pm7:00 pm
Blaxland Library, Hope Street
Blaxland, NSW 2774 Australia
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 Hollows as Homes is an exciting project run by the University of Sydney, the Australian Museum and the Royal Botanic Garden and funded by Sydney Coastal Councils. This fascinating project will help scientists, councils and the community further understand the role of tree hollows in providing homes for our urban wildlife, as well as discover what wildlife is using our local tree hollows. As a member of the community, you will have the opportunity to locate a tree near you…

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March 2017

Weeding with a View

Wednesday, 1 March @ 9:00 am1:00 pm
Govetts Leap lookout, Govetts Leap Rd
Blackheath, NSW 2785 Australia
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Govetts Leap Blackheath - Weeds are just a waterfall away! Come along and stop the weeds going over the edge at Govetts Leap and enjoy a special morning tea with a spectacular view.  Book with Vanessa on (02) 47873112 or vanessa.richardson@environment.nsw,gov.au by Friday 24th February.

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NPWS Great Grose Weed Walk activity. 

Wednesday, 8 March @ 9:00 am3:00 pm
Grose River, Mt Victoria
Mt Victoria, NSW 2785 Australia
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   Headwaters of Grose River, Mt Victoria  9 – 3pm   Spend some time exploring the headwaters of the Grose River. We will continuing on from previous work to stop the weed invasion further downstream and into the swamp. Be prepared for the possibility of creek wading. Morning tea and Lunch provided. Book with Vanessa on 4787 3112 or vanessa.richardson@environment.nsw.gov.au by 6 March.

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Jamison Creek Catchment Care Day

Saturday, 11 March @ 9:00 am1:00 pm
Jamison Creek, Sir H Burrell Dr / Falls Road
Wentworth Falls, NSW 2782 Australia
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Queens Cascades, Jamison Creek viewed from the top of Wentworth Falls Join with all the Bushcare Groups, Council staff and interested residents who are working to look after the Jamison Creek catchment, improve the water quality the creek which flows over Wentworth Falls and is the habitat the Threatened plant species, Pherosphaera fitzgeraldii. ¨ Work together in this beautiful creek removing Montbretia and a range of other woody weeds ¨ Help protect the catchment from invasive weeds while…

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Rainforests of Subtropical Australia – a Symposium on The Gold Coast

Thursday, 23 March @ 8:00 amFriday, 24 March @ 5:00 pm
Robina, the Gold Coast, The Gold Coast, QLD Australia + Google Map

You might be interested in this upcoming symposium, Rainforests of Subtropical Australia, being held 23-24 March 2017 at Robina on the Gold Coast? Hosted by Healthy Waterways and Catchments, ROSA promises to be a stellar event with keynotes from Tim Low, Roger Kitching, Carla Catterall and Ralf Buckley, over 25 presentations in 4 themes (rainforest values, restoration, threatened species and climate change), a special Rainforest Legends event, dinner with Ian Lowe, and a robust Q&A style discussion on the complex interactions…

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Swampcare at Kittyhawke Swamp North Wentworth Falls

Wednesday, 29 March @ 9:00 am3:00 pm
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Kittyhawke Swamp, North Wentworth Falls. Photo by Peter Ardill Wednesday  29th March  9am - 3pm      Join the long term efforts of volunteers to free this large swamp system of a huge variety of weeds and restore the habitat of the Giant Dragon Fly and the Blue Mountains Water Skink.  A joint NPWS/ BMCC activity.  Lunch and morning tea donated by the Hominy Bakery. Book with Lyndal on (02) 4780 5623 or lsullivan@bmcc.nsw.gov.au by Tuesday 21st March.…

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April 2017

Ruth’s Revenge: a morning of Montbretia weeding in memory of Ruth Ley

Saturday, 1 April @ 9:30 am12:30 pm
Minnehaha Falls Reserve, end of Minnihaha Rd Seventh Ave
Katoomba, NSW 2780 Australia
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Ruth doing what she did so well: wiping Montbretia in 2013 The Minnehaha Bushcare Group would like to invite friends of Ruth Ley to join them to commemorate her by continuing her good work restoring Yosemite Creek. Ruth was a founding member of the Minnehaha Bushcare group and was an active member for 25 years. She was also a founding member of the Katoomba Creek Bushcare group and also worked with the Brahma Kumaris, Leura Park…

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