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Goulburn Broken CMA would like to invite you to celebrate this event at Euroa Arboretum. Great food and conversation in the surrounds of the Euroa Arboretum.
Meet the people behind the projects; Alana Johnson OAM is the guest speaker who will share her insights on the importance of communities taking action and there will be children's activities during the speaker time to ensure you can come along.
Book here: Link or contact Kerstie Lee on 0437 310 840 or ker...
Come and hear how locals has created wildlife friendly dam by:
- Building artificial islands using second-hand materials
- Adding sites for wildlife to use around the dam for roosting or nesting
- Planting native plants (plants will be available for sale on the day) which provide food sources, habitat, and nesting sites for native animals.
Powerful Owls are mystical creatures that live in our area, and we often do not see them. Learn ways to identify these large birds from their sc...
A forum by Yea River Catchment Landcare Group for farmers and ag service workers to discover and clarify the links to carbon across the farm, including emissions, methane, carbon and climate policy, soil carbon, vegetation carbon, and carbon projects.
Yea River Catchment Landcare Group presents this workshop:
Globally, as countries commit to carbon neutral targets, agriculture is in the spotlight as both a contributor to emissions, and a solution for carbon drawdown. This forum will present information about the global scene, market pull, opportunities for productivity improvements and practical insights into what local farmers are doing.
Presenters: Simon Quilty - Global AgriTrends & Churchill Fellow on Carbon in agriculture - case studi...
Look at the demonstration site for orchard inter-row ground cover.
Yea River Catchment Landcare Group Wildflower Walk with Cath Olive who will be the guide in a unique area 5km South of Yea. The area is known to host impressive indigenous flora such as Leopard Orchids and Finger Flowers.
For more information or to book, please contact Corinne Border 0418 407 462 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yea River Catchment Landcare Group presents an information session on Butterflies and Moths with Ron Litjens. Light supper provided.
Payment on night:$5 Landcare Members; $10 Non-members, Children U16 Free.
RSVP: contact Judy Brookes 0448 972 563 or email@example.com by 8th October.
Goulburn Murray Landcare Network is hosting a full-day seminar with Graeme Sait in Shepparton. Graeme is a specialist agronomist in sustainable and regenerative agriculture, plant nutrition and human health. He has advised and educated government, agronomists and farmers in more than 20 countries. Graeme hosts the Nutrition Farming Podcast, is the author of the popular Nutrition Matters blog and is known for his passionate work and TEDx talk on humus.
Cost: $75per person
Register here by cl...
Join us free and online to learn about our local frogs, how we can use the Frog ID app to help identify them and how you can get involved with Taskforce Growler. Joined by guest speakers Nadiah Roslan and Dr Lisa Farnsworth.
The 2023 World Environment Day campaign #BeatPlasticPollution calls for global solutions to combat plastic pollution.
The Goulburn Broken CMA and Goulburn Murray Landcare Network are co-hosting a fantastic line up of speakers at this event:
Dale Grey (Agriculture Victoria) - Seasonal forecast outlook.
Dale Boyd (Agriculture Victoria) - Soil moisture probes and understanding how deep soil moisture can influence decisions on farm.
James Diack (Soils for Life) - Everyday observational tools to understand soil health and how farmers are using these tools in practice.
Meet us on the creek adjoining Patrick Street, behind the Kilmore Library, to learn how and why fish populations are monitored.
See an electrofishing demonstration and discover what species of fish call the Kilmore Creek home.
Join us for a short stroll along the creek to investigate the fish populations present and the type of habitat they utilise.
Following the demonstration, there will be an opportunity to get your hands dirty helping to improve stream condition by planting native seedlings.
Have your say on the lower Broken and Nine Mile Creek
Community workshop to inform the Environmental Water Management Plan
Danocks Room, Nathalia Sports and Community Centre, 42 Robertson Street, Nathalia
RSVP by 30 April to: Pam Beattie, Goulburn Broken CMA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Goulburn Broken Region Sustainable Agriculture Project Presentation Forum. Hear from farmers, Landcare and Industry groups presenting the results of their projects conducted over the last 4 years. Projects have been funded through the From the Ground Up project and include precision soil mapping and grazing management, cover cropping, regenerative grazing and much more.
Hear from specialists in the Carbon and Biodiversity field in an online presentation
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality.
Join South West Goulburn Landcare and Ron Litjens for an informative discussion about “paddock trees as prime real estate”.
Ag Vic’s Brad Costin will discuss erosion management principles. A paddock walk is also part of the event.
As part of the Goulburn Broken CMA's Grey Box Grassy Woodland Project, Gecko Clan invites you to join Dr Meredith Mitchelle, Senior Research Scientist, Agriculture Victoria, for a day of native grass identification and management of native pasture grazing systems.
Goulburn Broken CMA and VicNoTilll, through funding from theAustralian Government's National Landcare Program, have
a trial pollinator plot at David Cook's Pine Lodge farm.
Catch up on the Strathbogie SoilCare and Strathbogie Tableland Landcare groups' soil trials and learn about collecting and using data from soil samples and moisture probes.
Interested in the science of how native vegetation contributes to a healthy resilient
Kerri Goschnick from Agriculture Victoria will join us for a discussion about: techniques for managing gullies; options to manage steep hills; and where to go for more information.
Spend a day with Colin Seis discussing regenerative grazing, cover crops and building soil health.
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