Murrang in the News

Read about some of our environmental projects in the news

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Alternatives for mushroom compost

Australian Mushrooms Journal

Finding alternative sources to wheaten straw as a substrate for mushroom compost - a summary of our final report, written with Frontier Ag & Environment.

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Bush tucker gardens at Goorooyaroo

City News

Thunderstone Aboriginal Cultural Services and Yurbay have brought Aboriginal edible gardens back into Canberra's landscapes...

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Mushroom production and climate change

Australian Mushrooms Journal

Frontier Ag & Environment and Murrang Earth Sciences have been researching alternative sources of carbon for mushroom compost.


Fruit Fly Action in Harcourt Valley

Midland Express

Murrang Earth Sciences was in the Midland Express on the 20th November for our work on the Harcourt Valley Fruit Fly Action Plan.


$80,000 Grant to Adapt to Climate Change

Beagle Weekly

Murrang Earth Sciences in the news for their work to understand he impact of climate change on coastal soils and groundwater.


Investigating environmental damage

NSW Planning & Environment

Together with local erosion experts Soil and Water, Murrang Earth Sciences put forward a case for the NSW government to assess environmental damage caused by the development of a gas pipeline.


Real live soil moisture


Harden-Murrumburrah Landcare Group, CSIRO, and Murrang Earth Sciences installed a number of soil moisture probes which tell farmers their soil moisture in real time.


Getting a fix on nitrogen in soils


Harden-Murrumburrah Landcare Group, CSIRO, and Murrang Earth Sciences worked to understand how much of the nitrogen in fertilisers ends up in crops.