Environment

Aussie Backyard Bird Count

Aussie Backyard Bird Count

An annual Citizen Science event hosted by Birdlife Australia.  Citizen Science: the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of …

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air quality

Backyard Burning & Woodheaters

Smoke from burning activities can contribute to excessive levels of fine particles in the air, which are known to increase the incidence of respiratory diseases …

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Burrowing crayfish

Central North Burrowing Crayfish

Within natural vegetation communities live many native animals. Some of these can be protected by State and Federal legislation. To find out more information regarding …

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Climate Change

Climate Change

Climate Change Adaptation Council’s Corporate Climate Change Adaptation Plan 2018-2023 aims to improve the capability of the Council to manage 4 key risks associated with …

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Community Food Gardens on Nature Strips

Community food gardens provide many benefits, from increasing interest, access and skills in growing food to improving social connectedness and well-being. Council recognises that not …

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Composting

Composting and worm farming are great ways to dispose of your food waste. Not only are you reducing the amount of rubbish going to landfill, …

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Flora & Fauna

Native Plants & Trees Within natural vegetation communities, there are a diverse range of plants native to Devonport, some of which are protected by State …

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Food Security

Devonport Food Connection Project The aim of the Devonport Food Connection is to develop and implement realistic, local solutions to improve long term food security …

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Kelcey Tier Flora

Kelcey Tier is the perfect breeding ground for a diverse range of native flora.  Whilst bush walking or cycling through the Tier be sure that …

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Kelcey Tier Wildlife

Kelcey Tier is a natural habitat for a diverse range of native fauna.  Whilst bush walking or cycling through the Tier be sure to keep …

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