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Tag Archives: environment
Citizen science resulted in the very first photos of a living Galbodema mannerheimii beetle at Koolunga. Continue reading
Residents will be able to dispose of food in their garden waste bins from mid next year and maximise the amount of waste that can be composted. Continue reading
Knox Council’s 10-year Climate Response Plan identifies 56 actions to help reduce greenhouse emissions. Photo by Barbara Oehring. Continue reading
Knox Council has been developing a Future Directions Plan for Koolunga Native Reserve, and is asking for community input. Continue reading
Knox Council has negotiated conservation of bushland and rare indigenous plants in a proposed redevelopment of the old quarry site in Norvel Road, Ferntree Gully. Continue reading
Thousands have contributed thoughts and ideas to inform Knox’s next ten-year Community Plan. Continue reading
A spectacular variety of bird life was spotted in parks and gardens across Ferntree Gully last month as part of BirdLife Australia’s Aussie Backyard Bird Count. Continue reading
Biodiversity Month is celebrated every September and promotes the importance of connecting with nature, caring for nature in all its diversity – its biodiversity! Continue reading
Kent Park Primary students have been busy on an environmental learning journey to discover ways of looking after our planet! They have been learning about the advantages of growing their own food, and are enjoying growing many types of fruit … Continue reading