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    Improving farm dams for livestock also creates habitat hot-spots

    Farm dams scatter our landscapes in their thousands and are an essential source of water for farms and for some wildlife. But dams can be so much more! With a few modifications traditional farm dams can provide cool, clean water for stock, increase native biodiversity, improve farm aesthetics and improve landholder wellbeing.   Many farm […]

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    Discovering threatened species in the Billabong Yanco region

    Recent surveys of the condition of natural resources within the Billabong Yanco region funded by Murray Local Land Services (MLLS) have had the added bonus of discovering two rare and threatened species, Trout cod and Southern Bell Frogs. Both species have suffered widespread declines in their distribution and abundance across NSW including the study region. […]