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Farm Business Management Essentials

The Workshop aims to encourage farmers to improve business focus and to enhance their business

communication skills which will help them achieve their goals and improve farm business sustainability.  Registration is $55/business and due 26th September.


Spring Wetlands Tour 2014

Join Trust for Nature for a bus tour of the wonderful wetlands on the Boorhaman Plains. Discover the different types of wetlands and what makes them unique. Learn about the ecology and plants with wetland ecologist Damian Cook. Do some bird watching and soak up the atmosphere. Delicious lunch provided. Limited seats so get in quick for your chance to enjoy these spectacular wetlands not normally open to the public.


pH Mapping and Growing the Best Feed For Your Stock - Hinnomunjie

Soil acidity can have a major impact on the health of your soils and in turn effects your ability to match feed production to the requirement of your livestock.

This workshop will explore cost effective monitoring and management of soil acidity coupled with grazing needs and growing the best feed for your livestock.


pH Mapping and Growing The Best Feed For Your Stock - Towong

Soil acidity can have a major impact on the health of your soils and in turn effects your ability to match feed production to the requirement of your livestock.

This workshop will explore cost effective monitoring and management of soil acidity coupled with grazing needs and growing the best feed for your livestock.


Biodiversity Camp Out, Winton Wetlands

Biodiversity Camp out this year is at Winton Wetlands. Moth trapping, Anabats, Wetland ecology, Cultural Heritage, Bird Walks and a BBQ dinner and breakie provided.  Info and RSVP to Wendy Sherlock mobile: 0429 925 442 email amdanwen1@bigpond.com

 


Permanent Top Dressed Trial Field Day

The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) is hosting a field day and forum to celebrate the Permanent Top-Dressed (PTD) experiment, which was established at DEPI Rutherglen in 1914. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from scientists and field experts on what has been learnt over the past 100 years, and contribute to discussions on how this information can inform future directions.


Wise Water Ways Workshop

A Workshop in Stream Management Principles and Practices. Wise Water Ways Workshops offer new and current waterways practitioners the opportunity to gather, discuss and learn from a wide range of Australian and overseas waterways experts, researchers and managers. Many of the workshop speakers present new research findings and developments, and offer their first hand experience in stream management.

 


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