At Hunter Land Management, we offer environmentally sustainable erosion control alternatives that differ from conventional rock and concrete flumes. Riparian and erosion management are areas of our business that we are passionate about. If you’re not sure exactly why erosion control is necessary, or what erosion even is, here are some basics about erosion that […]
In March 2017, a nation-wide release of a new rabbit Korean strain of calcivirus (RHDV1 K5) took place across 350 sites. Orchestrated by the Centre for Invasive Species, and reported by the Stock Journal, the virus release is starting to show promising results in regards to rabbit populations in the affected areas.
The Stock Journal reports […]
Welcome back summer! The season of warm weather, longer days and more time outdoors. At HLM, we love the land and summer is such a wonderful time to appreciate the beauty of where we live. For some information on all things pertaining to the land and our industry, here’s our seasonal update.
Seasonal Climate Overview
The ENSO […]
At first glance, you may think a Cactoblastis Cactorum is just an orange grub with distinctive black spots, however, they actually have a rather important ecological purpose. Originating in South America, this Latino creepy-crawly has now made a home in various countries of the world, including Australia.
You may be wondering why we would want to […]