Ever wonder what the top bushfires myths commonly believed throughout society are? Created by the Climate Council just before the 2018 bushfire season, this relevant guide clarifies how a changing climate influences wildfires and the impacts they could have on you. Download your guide here.
Mark Graham: hollow bearing trees and the Bonnells Bay areaBushfire Volunteer, , Fauna, Hollows
NCC ecologist, Mark Graham recently helped run a Fire Ecology Field Day at Bonnells Bay, Lake Macquarie. This transcript...
Bushfire Conference 2017 – Call for AbstractsMichelle Rose NCC, , Conferences, Fauna, Ferals, weeds
Call for Abstracts NCC’s 2017 Bushfire Conference and Registration Now Open The Nature Conservation Council of NSW is proud...
Gumbaynggirr Good Koala Country PlanBushfire Volunteer, , Cultural burning
The Gumbaynggirr people of the mid-north coast have instigated a new initiative that combines traditional ecological knowledge and western...
Conserving Australia’s threatened native mammals in predator-invaded, fire-prone landscapesBushfire Volunteer,
Inappropriate fire regimes are a key threatening process for native mammals in Australia. Predation by feral animals such as...
Tarengo leek orchid – cool burningMichelle Rose NCC,
Collaborative SOS project in southern NSW using cool autumn burning to support the Tarengo Leek Orchid.
NSW Fire and Environment ReportBushfire Volunteer, , 2020 Fires, biodiversity, threatened species, vulnerable species
Do you want to better understand the effects of the 2019/20 fire season on the NSW environment? The Department...
Wildlife Habitat: Protect, Create, Monitor project at Mylestom, NSW North CoastBushfire Volunteer,
The Project In November 2018, the Nature Conservation Council in partnership with the Coffs Harbour and District Local Aboriginal...
Fungi’s role in recoveryBushfire Volunteer, , Fungi, post-fire, Recovery
The Conversation has published a thought-provoking article about the role of fungi in helping ecosystems recover after fire. Written...