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Holistic Management Planned Grazing

20, 21, 23 and 24 February 2023
Hosted by Goulburn Murray Landcare Network

Holistic Management® Planned Grazing, commonly referred to as ‘planned grazing’, is a structured way of using animals to regenerate pasture, and to improve soil health and grazing profitability. Reboot your grazing enterprise with three great opportunities below.

Introduction to Holistic Planned Grazing Merrigum- Monday Feb 20th 9:30-3:30pm REGISTER HERE-> https://www.trybooking.com/CEZPG

Horse health and Pastures Workshop Nagambie- Tuesday Feb 21st REGISTER HERE-> https://www.trybooking.com/CEZZF

Holistic Management Refresher Training Katandra (for previous HM participants)- Thursday Feb 23rd and Friday Feb 24th REGISTER HERE-> https://www.trybooking.com/CFAFD

We have some great presenters lined up, you can read more on them below
About Judi - http://www.glenorton.com.au/about-judi.html
David Nash - https://ker.com/equinews/staff/david-nash/


Kiewa Carbon Bash - How to Measure Soil Biology

15 July 2022 - Kergunyah Hall, 25 Kergunyah Rd, Kergunyah.
Free & Catered Event - 10am to 2pm.
Register here

Kiewa Catchment Landcare Groups are excited to invite you all to our next installment of the Kiewa Carbon Bash. This is a free and catered event, welcome to all.

Please join agroecologist David Hardwick (Soil Land Food) and microbiologist Dr Chandra Iyer for this hands on workshop where we will explore measuring soil biology on your farm.

We will look at the different soil biology tests and look at the results from the DNA analysis of the demo farms that are part of the Kiewa Carbon Bash Project.

Please register via the registration tab or via the QR code.
Contact Project Officer Charles Daaboul at projects@kclg.org.au or on 0493 268 085.


Online look at climate change across Victoria

Two online presentations will address current and possible future climatic conditions that are likely in 2050 across Victoria this week.

Climate experts from the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) will provide overviews from the state-wide Climate Science Report 2019 as well as climate projections for each region including North East Victoria.


Autumn count for Wild Pollinators

Watch a flower, record what you see, and be part of the next count for the Wild Pollinators project commencing Sunday 12 April. 

Each count should take ten minutes, and participants can do as many counts as they can until Sunday 19 April, mainly on fine days (as most insect pollinators don’t like poor weather). 

The Wild Pollinator Project website has Frequently Asked Questions and other resources to help identify the insects seen. Participants can also share their photos of pollinators on the iNaturalistpage, or on social media via #ozpollinators 


Australian Wool Innovation announces further support for wild dog control

Good news for wild dog control with the announcement of more support for the Wild Dog project. The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) will hold a series of community workshops during Autumn to review the current 2014/2015 Wild Dog Management Zones Work Plans. If you are interested in providing some input into the plans go along to one of the workshops during March and April - details of workshop locations and times can be found in the 'Taking Control' Summer 2015 newsletter.


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