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Our Native Garden Grand Opening

Our Native Garden Grand Opening

This will be a special event to celebrate Our Native Garden nursery contributing in the Wodonga community and to thank all contributors, partners, supporters and volunteers.
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Field Day Murmungee

Field Day Murmungee

Monday 4 May 10am

This field day is a great opportunity for farmers to join Ron Ferguson as he starts to move to rotational grazing and spring calving.

This free field day is being held at the Bowman's Murmungee Hall and includes a tour of the Ferguson's property 'Liddesdale'. Morning tea is at 9.30am before a 10am start with a BBQ Lunch at 12noon.

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2015 Volunteer Appreciation Event

2015 Volunteer Appreciation Event

Invitation

The Volunteer Appreciation Event is part of National Volunteer Week. The Wangaratta Rural City, Wangaratta Community Pride Committee and The Centre’s Skillsbank are hosting the 2015 Volunteer Appreciation Event. We would like to encourage volunteers from all sectors to come along to this fun and friendly event. The aim of the event is to rec-ognize and celebrate the valuable contribution our volunteers make towards the community health and wellbeing.

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Agricultural Seminar - Albury

Friday 15th May 9.30 am

A one day seminar to challenge the status quo around business management, production vs. profit, and livestock marketing.
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Rabbit Leadership Program

Rabbit Leadership Program

Seeking Expressions of Interest

A new leadership program is seeking expressions of interest to help boost expertise for managing rabbits. The program consists of a two-day technical training course delivered by rabbit management experts. Participants will then be given the opportunity to join a learning network to continue to build their skills and confidence to influence and facilitate rabbit management in their communities.

Full details and further information is available on the Victorian Rabbit Action Network website.

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Using fire as a land management tool - Kiewa

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.

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Using fire as a land management tool - Talgarno

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.

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