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Successful soil management 2

This Successful Soil Management workshop is designed to provide you with an opportunity to discuss options for soil management to get the best from your autumn pastures or crops, including remediation of potential issues.

Successful soil management 1

This Successful Soil Management workshop is designed to provide you with an opportunity to discuss options for soil management to get the best from your autumn pastures or crops, including remediation of potential issues.

Great Goulburn Broken platypus search

The platypus is a popular Australian icon. However, very little is known about how this unique mammal is faring across much of Victoria. A major study is now being launched to monitor platypus in rivers in the Goulburn Broken Catchment and the good news is that local residents can play a key role in keeping track of this fascinating monotreme.

Grey Box communities

Glenaroua Land Management Group proudly present Dr Peter Mitchell talking about the Grey Box tree community.

What weed and why?

Gwyn Jones will answer all your questions about weeds on your farm.

Molyullah - Tatong Landcare Meeting

Guest speakers: Regent Honey Eater Project: Andie Guerin Trust for Nature: Shelagh Curmi

Rockin' Loch Garry

Find out more about the wonders of Loch Garry at this event supported by Goulburn Murray Landcare and Goulburn Broken CMA through funding from the Victorian Government's Our Catchments Our Communities initiative.

Acidic soils and liming rates - Molesworth

Find out why liming is important, liming rates and methods of improving your pastures for the benefit of your stock.

Field Day: Acid tolerant pasture species and different liming rates including palletised lime

This field day is being run in conjunction with the Gecko ClaN, Strathbogie Landcare sub-committee and Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority.

Regenerative Grazing Management Course - October 2018, February and April 2019

Expressions of interest (EOI) are now open to farmers in the Goulburn Broken Catchment to participate in the practical short course in regenerative grazing management over three sessions (spring, summer and autumn).
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