Wed, 15 July 2020

Magpies can swoop during the spring, follow these tips to avoid them.

Have your say on the ACT's Environmental Flows Guidelines.

Many pests, diseases and other biosecurity threats such as rabbits, European wasps, exotic weeds and equine influenza have found their way to our shores over the past 200 years. These biosecurity issues directly threaten our environment and agriculture industry.

Using wood heaters correctly can save money and reduce the negative impacts of wood smoke on our health.

Combining battery storage with your rooftop solar system is a fantastic way to have a supply of clean energy when the sun isn’t shining, and reducing your energy bills.

Created from melted down coins and medals from the United Nations’ member states, the new Nara Peace Bell resides in an iconic part of the Canberra Nara Peace Park.

The ACT has a new strategy to protect and manage our endangered grasslands.

If you love our local waterways, please have your say on a review of our fishing laws.

The ACT’s 36,000 panel Williamsdale Solar Farm is converting sunshine into electricity for 3,000 homes.

Work continues on two new wetlands at Isabella Pond in the Lake Tuggeranong catchment.

This year’s mowing program is now in full swing.

Work is now underway to extend Mulligans Flat Sanctuary in Canberra’s north.

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