North East CMA staff will be available at the Eldorado Hall from 9 am – 12 noon on Friday 1 March for a drop-in session for any landholders wanting more information or help with submitting an Expression of Interest (EOI) for a Waterway Grant to assist in fencing and repair of creek lines following the impacts of the December 2018 flash flooding.
Agriculture Victoria is inviting producers to a free evening workshop to examine their current farm water supplies and explore practical strategies to prepare for future livestock water requirements.
Adapting to the challenges presented by climate change can reduce negative effects and allow farmers and other land managers to capitalise on the new opportunities it presents.
Workshop 1: 18 March Grazing and cropping / Workshop 2: 19 March Horticulture and viticulture
The purpose of this project is to undertake an assessment of future climate scenarios benchmarked against the current climatic data and understand what it might mean for farmers in North East Victoria.
Decisions around the autumn break can have lasting impacts through the following winter and spring. Producers now face critical decisions around managing existing pastures and fodder options to increase production.
Are you in the catchment management field, and see yourself with leadership potential?
Are you interested in learning about willows along waterways? Or in-stream habitat for fish and other freshwater species?
Agriculture Victoria, with support from the Benambra, Dinner Plain and Omeo Landcare Group, invite producers to a drought support workshop. This workshop will focus on managing in the current drought conditions and Autumn planning to take advantage of any seasonal break to rebuild feed and fodder reserves.
The training will cover data entry and key features of the portal, as well as how to interpret data.
Agriculture Victoria is hosting a series of four phone seminars/webinars to discuss key livestock and farm management practices that can assist during dry conditions.