Noosa Council has supported efforts by NICA to make local gardens more of a haven for native wildlife and to run a Noosa Wallum Festival by funding 2 grants to be received in July 2017;
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NICA is pleased to announce in June 2017 that 2 bushland care groups it supports have been successful in obtaining funding from the State Government under its Community Sustainability Action grant program. Jill Campbell from
On Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th June NICA assisted with a two day Good Shepherd Lutheran College excursion for 57 year 7 students. On Monday NICA volunteers and Marcus Beach Bushcare Group assisted with
Many NICA volunteers have learned that monitoring the health of sea-grass beds using the traditional quadrat method is hard and messy work, and it has recently proved impossible for NICA to find funds to keep
On Sunday 21st May a group of 31 American students and 3 faculty members from Virginia Tech University visited the Noosa Biosphere Reserve on Sunday visiting Noosa Hill lookout along Hastings Street, Main Beach and
On Sunday 2-4-17 NICA volunteers spent 4 hours removing 18 bags of weeds from the sand island at the river mouth on Sunday, including Basket Asparagus, Corky Passion Vine and Cobblers Pegs. John & Kay
The long awaited “Sedges, Rushes and Restiads” book by Sonia MacDonald and Stephanie Haslam was launched at the Noosa Integrated Catchment Association Inc. (NICA) office in Doonella House on Monday 20-3-2017. It is a companion
Written by Sonia MacDonald and Stephanie Haslam this book has been published and available from February 2017. The book is intended as a starting point in the study of sedges, rushes and restiads. Its is
At our AGM of 29 November 2016 a membership fee of $33.00 per family for the calendar year was set and is due by the end of January. If you wish to join NICA as