Biosecurity Alert – African Clubmoss

Biosecurity Alert – African Clubmoss

African clubmoss (Selaginella kraussiana), also known as Selaginella, or spreading clubmoss, is an invasive fern ally that forms extensive dense carpets in damp sites. African clubmoss is not established in Western Australia, but is naturalised in eastern Australia....
LBG seeking new board members

LBG seeking new board members

ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT PEST AND WEED MANAGEMENT? Do you want to see a cooperative approach to declared pest management in your area? The LBG is seeking new board members to help address increasing concerns of vertebrate pests and weed pests in the Leschenault...
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

LESCHENAULT BIOSECURITY GROUP INCNOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING:6.00pm Wednesday 2 December 2020St Aidan’s Winery,754 Ferguson Rd, Ferguson WA 6236Wine and nibbles provided. Agenda• Presentation of the 2019-20 Annual Report• Chair’s Report• 2021-22 Operational...
Workshop highlights the need for Weed ID

Workshop highlights the need for Weed ID

Over forty guests participated in Leschenault Biosecurity Group’s Weed Identification and Advice workshop held at Dardanup Hall on Sunday 20 September. Members of the community from throughout the LBG operational area brought along over 70 samples of weeds for...
Time to treat the tulip!

Time to treat the tulip!

Now is the time to prepare for treating Cape Tulip! Cape Tulip is notoriously difficult to control, predominantly due to the small window each year of which it is susceptible to herbicide. Did you know the treatment window can be as little as 3 days? Miss this...
LBG Info Packs for Landowners

LBG Info Packs for Landowners

All landowners within the Leschenault Biosecurity Group’s operational area will receive information packs about LBG Inc, a weed identification flyer and an info-magnet. The packs will be mailed out in August and provide landowners with material on declared pests, and...