Weed Futures website is a decision-support tool that provides users with the ability to interrogate individual profiles for over 500 non-native naturalised and invasive plant species within Australia and assess weed threats for regions of interest under current and predicted future climates. The integration of modelling, spatial analysis and species’ trait information provides a comprehensive assessment and information source for these plant species under both current and future climates.
News from www.bushcarebluemountains.org.au You can now manage your own subscriptions to this newsletter via the front page of the Bushcare Blue Mountains website. The form pictured is from the right hand column of the website. You just fill in your details and pick the type of correspondence you wish to receive.
The Bulletin is a monthly email that comes out that contains events and a few bits of information that does not fit in the Gecko newsletter. Gecko live is this newsletter in an online format that you click on the links to articles that you want to read with a PDF format of the paper copy of the Gecko. Bushcare Events is for those who want to participate in swampcare and remotes and keep up to date with new event based opportunities.
At the bottom of each of the emails that you receive if you would like to unsubscribe just click the unsubscribe button at the bottom of the page.
Options for your group
For those interested you can add content to the bushcare website. There are two options that you can use depending on what type of information you would like the public to see.
- The group page that is static and has information about the group and where you work. An example of this can be found here: http://popesglen.bushcarebluemountains.org.au/
- You can have a post (which is like a news stream) that you can use your phone or computer to upload pictures or text about your workday as you are out on site. An example of this can be found here: http://explorersreserve.bushcarebluemountains.org.au/
If you would like to discuss your options you can call the bushcare office and talk to Erin 4780 5320 or discuss at your next workday.