Alligator weed brochure, uploaded 1 December 2017.
Ginninderra Catchment Group Library
The GCG Library has been catalogued and our resources are now available to be viewed in the office. We have a quiet reading space that can be used to browse an extensive selection of books and articles covering a number of environmental topics. Click below to view topic:
Please note: You can also receive free copies of any GCG Resources by contacting our office
Ginninderra Catchment Group Strategy, 2000
Ginninderra Catchment Group Strategy 2000 (1MB) – The Ginninderra Catchment Group has developed clear strategic priorities to improve the health, diversity and productivity of the catchment and creek system. Unfortunately, hard copies are not currently available.
Ginninderra Catchment Group Brochures
Ginninderra Catchment Group Brochure (1.1 MB) – Find out about the Ginninderra Catchment Group, our programs, history and major achievements.
Biodiversity Brochures of the ACT and Region
Contact Ginninderra Catchment Group for a Hard Copy
(Barton HWY to Macgregor)(1.5 MB)
Includes Plant List and Planting Templates
Mulligans Flat Brochure (826 kb) – Find out about the history and habitat values of the Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve. This leaflet includes some suggested walking trails with a map of the reserve.
Dunlop Grasslands Brochure (1.4 MB) – Find out about the significance of the Dunlop Grasslands Nature Reserve. Includes a map of the Reserve.
Are these weeds invading your neighborhood? (256 kb) – Find out about 3 silent invaders: Chilean Needle Grass
, Serrated Tussock and African Love Grass.
You can download [node:315,title=”Waterwatch Resources”] from here.
You can download [node:313,title=”Frogwatch Resources”] from here.
You can download [node:332,title=”Resources for Teachers”] from here.
Resources from Other Organisations
Urban Habitat Guidelines – Produced as part of the Life in the Suburbs initiative to enhance community understanding of Urban Biodiversity and its importance in the future sustainability of our city. The Guidelines provide a guide to understanding the importance of urban habitat, and include principles for managing urban habitat, steps to reduce human induced threats to urban biodiversity, and practical guidelines for developing habitat gardens and landscapes. The guidelines include many links to ACT specific information, educational resources and contacts. Go to this link here to download the guidelines –