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Livestock Grazing as a conservation management tool

Webinar - Wednesday, 17 May 2023 from 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Register here

The main objective of a conservation grazing regime is to promote native species’ diversity and cover by encouraging grazing-sensitive plant species to increase in abundance and distribution over time.

In this webinar we will talk about when and where it's appropriate and how to implement a successful grazing strategy.

There will be a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.

Community deer meeting

Tuesday 28 March 2023
Buffalo Valley CFA Shed, 1235 Buffalo River Rd, Buffalo River
4pm to 6pm
For more information email: lachlan.campbell@necma.vic.gov.au or call 0400 852 482.

  • Can we work collectively to manage deer numbers?
  • Hear from valley land managers re past, present and future deer management
  • Identify opportunities to coordinate management and share resources
  • What might a long-term monitoring activity look like to chart deer numbers?

Conservation Action Planning

Two weekends starting on Saturday 25 March 2023 - 9am to 4pm
25 and 26 March; 1 and 2 April
Jarvis Creek School House
Hosted by Mitta to Murray Landcare Inc
Free but limited to 2 reps from each M2M Landcare Group

You will learn:

  • Open Standards for the Conservation of Biodiversity
  • Target Mapping
  • Direct Threat evaluation
  • Goals
  • Developing results chains
  • Strategy Assessment
  • resource mapping
  • MIRADI software

Telephone 0402 894 576
Email 1: anthonydufty49@gmail.com
Email 2: sfeillafe@outlook.com

Healthy Land - Healthy Horses

Sunday 26 March - 9.30am to 3pm
GOTAFE, 218 Tone Rd, Wangaratta
$10 for Landcare members, $20 for others
Morning tea and lunch provided
Bookings essential at https://events.humanitix.com/healthy-land-healthy-horses-workshop
For further information contact Kerrie at landcare.kerrie@gmail.com or 0418 427 730 or visit www.equiculture.net

Ovens Landcare Network is excited to bring you a workshop delivered by internationally acclaimed author and expert on horse property management, Stuart Myers.
Ever worry about how much money you are spending on hay? Concerned about having to lock up your horses for significant parts of the year? Does Spring cause anxiety because your horse is prone to laminitis?

This workshop is designed for all horse owners, whether you own land, lease land, or keep your horse/s on agistment.


Grassy Woodlands Conservation & Research Forum

Friday 12 May 2023

Quality Gateway Hotel, Wangaratta

Registrations open shortly

The North East CMA, together with our project partners will host a full-day forum linked to our Bush for Birds program.

Hear from a range of industry-leading speakers bringing together the scientific and farming learnings for the conservaiton and restoration of the Grassy Woodlands of North East Victoria.



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