Do you have an interest in native grasses? If so don't miss this field day. The content to be covered includes: Native grass identification & grazing management; Native grass burning trials results; Screening of native grasses project film & a traditional ecological knowledge presentation.
Interested in the opportunity to enhance your leadership skills by participating in a series of workshops specifically designed for the Landcare, agribusiness and natural resource management sectors?
You are invited to attend a workshop on multi-species Pasture Cropping were you can learn more about:
- Different species to include in your mixes
- The nutritional values of different species
- Which species work well together for grazing
- Explore other opportunities with this method
- When and how to sow and graze
- How they can help in the fight against annual weeds
TAFCO and Alpine Angus are conducting a Cattle Field day with a focus on local cattle issues, fluke management, cattle structure/assessment and pasture for productivity at Alpine Angus 1060 Happy Valley Road Rosewhite. RSVP 23-02-2015.
This workshop will increase your awareness of Traditional Ecological Knowledge and increase your knowledge of how and why indigenous people managed the land the way that they did. The workshop will also look at the way the land is managed today and what to do if you have cultural heritage artifacts on your property.
RSVP for catering by 2nd of March 2015 to email@example.com
The Australian Network for Plant Conservation is holding a workshop at the North Central CMA office in Huntly on the development of a project to capture the genetics of our declining Banksia marginata and how to re-establish them in other areas.
Around 150 grade 5 students from the Indigo Shire area will attend the North East School Environment Day at the YACKANDANDAH SPORTS COMPLEX, on Thursday 12th March, from 10am to 2pm.
The event is being coordinated by the North East School Environment Education Directory (SEED) as the first of its annual program of three regional workshops for 2015 and is being run in conjunction with the Indigo Shire. SEED is a uniquely North East Victorian initiative, run through a partnership with North East Catchment Management Authority and North East Waste and Resource Recovery Group
Join the North East CMA and Water Technology to continue the conversation about the development of a Management Plan for the Morass and Lake Omeo.
Nicole Masters is an agro-ecologist who works with natural systems to improve nutrient cycling and reduce inputs. There will be 3 workshops taking place through the Warby Range Landcare Group.
You are invited to join the North East CMA for a Catchment Conversation about the Mid King River and some of the challenges facing the King Valley. This will be the first step in the development of a Catchment Action Plan for this area and it would be great to have your input at this early stage.
RSVP 25 March 2015