This week's blogs - NGT Newsletter #19: Celebrating our 5th birthday, the latest restoration reserve news and lots more!
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Welcome to NGT Newsletter #19

Celebrating NGT’s 5th Birthday – Join us for cake and a cuppa on Monday the 16th January 2017

To celebrate NGT's 5th Birthday, we're getting some delicious cake for morning and afternoon tea at our regional offices in SA and Victoria - and we'd love to share it with you!

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Revisiting the 2012 launch of NGT – this is how it all began…

It only feels like yesterday, but five years ago the handful of us involved in quietly preparing NGT behind the scenes for business, were counting down to the first email being distributed that would launch our new organisation - on the 16th of January 2012.

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Last chance for kids to attend our Fishing for the Future clinics!

The Coastal Connections program (organised by DEWNR) is well underway across the South East with kids participating in everything from kayaking to rock pool rambles, sand sculpting to fishing! Last week we kicked off our Fishing for the Future clinics (funded by the SA Government)...

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Kids learn about the science behind our fisheries regulations and are given the chance to age their own fish.

Eaglehawk Waterhole restoration update – covering all the big news from late 2016

Water, wetlands, and wildflowers.
It was a fabulous winter-spring season with every low point at Eaglehawk Waterhole inundated this year, whether it be overnight or for a few days up to many months. I recall the previous owner stating how each spring there would be 6 inches of water over the flats. Although we didn’t achieve that completely I can believe it after this year.

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Eaglehawk Waterhole wetland wildflowers in October 2016.

Another great find at Mt Burr Swamp!

Just before Christmas, NGT staff went for a bit of a wander around Mt Burr Swamp, to see how the site is shaping up after the wet spring. As we know from previous blogs, we've already recorded important species like Growling Grass (or Southern Bell) Frogs,...

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Dragonfly and Damselfy update (Part 2)

Since our last blog on dragonflies and damselflies (in Part 1) we’ve had a few more species emerge, despite wetlands drying up with the warm and sunny conditions over the past two months. Fingers crossed for a storm or two to keep them topped up a little...

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Mt Burr Swamp Media – the last word in print and on the airwaves from 2016

Before the recent festive season slow-down kicked in, a couple of items reached the media to round out a massive 2016 for NGT and the Mt Burr Swamp project in particular. Just before Christmas, a really great synopsis of the Mt Burr Swamp project appeared in the...

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Dean Jaensch’s article from Page 24 of the Adelaide Advertiser, 21st December 2016

NGT Nursery update

Ryan and I have been working together to keep the nursery ticking along while we work towards the next planting season. We have recently sown a LOT of seeds for various reveg projects, including several grass species. Currently we have the following for sale...

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