Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
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Take control of your electrical use & costs with this Resource Guide Online PDF and Print PDF for welfare agencies to assist clients, colleagues and community.

Habitat

Wildlife Habitat Group (WHG) was initially formed to preserve wildlife habitat through a focus on iconic species preservation, initially the koala, within the urban and peri-urban areas of Armidale and more broadly across the Armidale Regional Council area.

As pressure increases on native populations through climate change and land-clearing for housing and agriculture, WHG hopes to work with Armidale Regional Council, and other relevant bodies, to inform and educate about the importance of conserving our native fauna and flora through strategies such as the Council’s register of koala sightings and the development of a regional Koala Plan of Management. We plan to widen our concerns into river-care as resources expand.

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Inquiry into Koala habitat – a chance to have a say

Inquiry into Koala habitat – a chance to have a say

23 football fields of koala habitat in NSW are bulldozed EVERY SINGLE DAY! Koalas are in major trouble in NSW, but we have an opportunity to help them. A NSW parliamentary inquiry is investigating the true picture of koala numbers and their habitat loss. Inquiries can put an issue in the spotlight when communities actively engage and demand […] full article »

Can you give the Regent Honeyeater 3 minutes of your time?

Can you give the Regent Honeyeater 3 minutes of your time?

Taking this 3-question survey could help save the species! The Regent Honeyeater is a unique Australian songbird on the verge of extinction, with fewer than 400 individuals estimated to survive in the wild. By answering 3 simple questions, you can assist us to establish baseline information about the current levels of awareness of the Regent Honeyeater. Completing this survey should take less […] full article »