Australia has neither El Niño nor La Niña at the moment.
The NSW Government released a report last week responding to the Select Committee on floodplain harvesting recommendations that was released in December last year.
It is good to be outdoors – in the open air. Physical activity is good for you. Put a hat on, some sunscreen, some insect repellent – and get out there – during the summer holidays. Doing things on your block, like creating a new garden, or putting in a new veggie patch, or tending to a few new trees you might plant, or creating some garden structures – these are all activities best carried out with family and friends. Fun, healthy and constructive – and especially so during these COVID times, with health experts advising that activities in the outdoors is better than being couped up indoors where the virus can spread more easily.
After nearly 10 weeks, the Great Darling Anabranch flow has connected with the Murray River. The Flow which was first released from Lake Cawndilla on September 24 reached the Murray weir pool late on Sunday afternoon.
It might seem odd for Landcare to be talking about insects in favourable terms, as farmers are often using insecticides to control infestations.