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Using fire as a land management tool - Kiewa

EVENT: Using fire as a land management tool informed by traditional Indigenous and contemporary fire knowledge - Kiewa

WHEN: FRIDAY 29th MAY 9.30 am to 3.30pm

WHERE Baranduda Community Centre at 3 Sage Court Baranduda then into the paddock at 87 Lindsay Road, Kiewa.

COST: FREE

RSVP By COB on Friday 22nd May, to greta.quinlivan@necma.vic.gov.au or 0260437640.                 WHAT TO BRING: Sturdy footwear, long sleeve tops, long pants and water bottle.


Using fire as a land management tool - Talgarno

EVENT :Using fire as a land management tool informed by traditional Indigenous and contemporary fire knowledge - Talgarno

WHEN: SATURDAY 30th MAY 9.30 am to 3.30pm

WHERE: Talgarno Hall, School Land Talgarno then into the paddock at the end of Hore's Lane, Talgarno

COST: FREE

RSVP: By COB on Friday 22nd May, to greta.quinlivan@necma.vic.gov.au or 0260437640. WHAT TO BRING: Sturdy footwear, long sleeve tops, long pants and water bottle.


TWO SPONSORED places available for the Box-Ironbark Ecology Course

 The Box-Ironbark Ecology Course - TWO SPONSORED places available!

Calling all landholders in the North East CMA region!  There are two sponsored places available for the Box Ironbark Ecology Course on Monday 5th October - Friday 9th October. This is a great opportunity to learn all about the distribution of the ecosystem, flora and fauna of the area, to pick up some great survey skills and lots more.


Wood-fired Pizza and Woodland Birds

Friday 30 September 2016
Talgarno Hall, from 5:30 pm


Celebrating Our Living Landcape

October 7th and 8th 2016


Boosting the population of Regent Honeyeaters in Victoria

In April 100 captive bred Regent Honeyeaters were released into north east Victoria's Chiltern Mt Pilot National Park




Healthy Habitat on Huon

Practical Bushland Management on Wodonga's Fringe

Join Trust for Nature staff and landholders Greg and Lynda Oates for a walk and talk on their beautiful Huon Creek property. Learn more about:

  • Plant Identification
  • Ecological thinning
  • Chainsaw carved tree hollows
  • Nest box design and installation
  • Wildlife surveying using motion activated cameras
  • The impacts of herbivore browsing on the bush
  • Landholder incentive projects
  • Conservation covenants


Trust for Nature Field Day - Wooragee North East Victoria

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.


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