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HVP proves its climate credentials and expects to hit net zero

HVP Plantations released its Climate Commitment Statement in November 2021 (link). The company says the good story it tells is about HVP Plantation’s climate mitigation credentials and how it expects its Victorian operations to have met, and continue to maintain net zero (that is, the annual increase in carbon captured by its plantation estate more than offsets emissions associated with growing and selling logs).

The Climate Commitment Statement will be followed by a detailed Climate Disclosure Report later in 2022. HVP Plantations General Manager Forest Resources, Dr Tony O’Hara, is drafting the report. There is a strong commitment from HVP Plantations’ staff to net zero, that is reinforced by the strong stance on climate change issues held by its main shareholders (US majority shareholder Manulife Investment Management and Australia’s UniSuper), as well as the influence of other shareholders and related companies in Queensland and New Zealand.

Kiewa Carbon Bash - How to Measure Soil Biology

15 July 2022 - Kergunyah Hall, 25 Kergunyah Rd, Kergunyah.
Free & Catered Event - 10am to 2pm.
Register here

Kiewa Catchment Landcare Groups are excited to invite you all to our next installment of the Kiewa Carbon Bash. This is a free and catered event, welcome to all.

Please join agroecologist David Hardwick (Soil Land Food) and microbiologist Dr Chandra Iyer for this hands on workshop where we will explore measuring soil biology on your farm.

We will look at the different soil biology tests and look at the results from the DNA analysis of the demo farms that are part of the Kiewa Carbon Bash Project.

Please register via the registration tab or via the QR code.
Contact Project Officer Charles Daaboul at projects@kclg.org.au or on 0493 268 085.

North East Regional Catchment Strategy approved by Victorian Government

The new North East Regional Catchment Strategy (RCS) provides a long-term vision and blueprint for investment into and management of natural resources for north east Victoria.

It reflects the responses of those living, working, visiting and connecting with the region, who were asked for their vision for north east Victoria’s land, water, biodiversity and community resources.

Cascades Connection forum at Wangaratta

Yorta Yorta Dja Dja Wurrung man Damien Saunders, together with Ian Minns and Kelvin Berry from Wangaratta Landcare & Sustainability welcomed delegates on Wednesday to Mullinmur Billabongs to kick off the annual Cascades Connections Landcare Facilitator and Project Officer event.

40 Landcare support staff enjoyed the two-day event is organised by North East CMANorth Central CMAGoulburn Broken CMA and Corangamite Catchment Management Authority and drew participants from across all four regions.

Discussions centred around local riparian restoration and education, peer-to-peer learning and conflict resolution training; as well as a special Landcare panel on Wednesday night.

Corangamite CMA will host the next Cascades Connections Landcare Facilitators event.


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