Join Trust for Nature staff for a walk and talk on a private property at Wooragee. The site contains one of the best examples of derived native grassland in North East Victoria.
Learn more about:
- Plant Identification
- The importance of disturbance in native grassy ecosystems
- Managing woody encroachment in native grassy ecosystems
- Landholder incentive projects
- Conservation covenants.
The walk will be about 2.5km. Moderate fitness is required. Walking boots, sun/rain protection and a water bottle is a must. You may wish to bring binoculars and /or camera. Afternoon tea is provided.
Mick Carey from North East Fuel Reduction will demonstrate using his Terex rubber tracked machine with mulching attachment to manage wattle encroachment.
Places are limited! RSVP by 5pm Monday 13 November.
Address will be provided upon registration.
www.trustfornature.org.au/events or 0386315888
This event is supported by Trust for Nature and the North East Catchment Management Authority, through funding from the Victorian Government's Biodiversity Hubs Project.