Come and hear how Amber Creek Farm and Sawmill have designed their farming system for self-sufficiency in our changing climate.
This field day will cover topics such as;
Please note... BIOSECURITY.
To prevent the risk of African Swine Fever the following biosecurity protocols apply:
Date: Friday March 27th, 2020
Time: 9.45 am registration for 10 am start, finish time at 2.00 pm.
Morning tea and lunch provided.
Look for the Landcare event signs.
Venue: Property of Dan and Amelia Bright
Amber Creek Farm
Address and directions will be provided on registration.
For more info call Cassie from SGLN at 0448 739 559 or the BCLN office 5678 2335.
Discover the deep connections the Bunurong people have to their country on this guided bus tour that will visit several site visits around their ancestral home of the Mornington Peninsula.
Engage in valuable cultural heritage discussions, which will explain how and when to engage Traditional Owners, legislative requirements and what to look for when dealing with a potential heritage site as part of an on-ground project The event is funded by the Victorian Government and
supports volunteers working in Landcare and other community environmental groups.
Booking essential as numbers are limited. Lunch provided.
Wednesday 18 March, 9am-4pm
Bus tour starting and leaving from Bunurong Land Council, 395 Nepean Highway, Frankston
Bookings and more information:
Landcare Network Board members and group members are invited to attend an event during Close The Gap Week 2020.
There will be an event at The Knob Reserve with Gunaikurnai Land & Water Aboriginal Corporation and another at the Powlett River with Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation.
Landcare members are encouraged to attend the event which will include:
Event URL for Stratford: https://close-the-gap-2020-stratford.eventbrite.com.au
Event URL for Powlett River: https://close-the-gap-2020-powlett-river.eventbrite.com.au
You are invited to come along to the Gippsland Agroforestry Group's 2020 Master Tree Growers information evening, on Wednesday the 26th of February in Traralgon. You will learn what the course will cover, including the ultimate aims, goals, and methodology associated with Master Tree Growers. If you decide it is something you'd like to do, there will be application forms on the night.
Click the flyer below for further information.
Greening Australia and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning have been working with a range of organisations to develop guidelines for community groups and agencies to build Climate Future Plots and improve the resilience of plants in your neighbourhood to climate change. Climate Future Plots are areas of revegetated and restored land that include plant genetics from different climates, making our natural environment more able to adapt to a changing climate. This means that, as the climate changes, these plant communities will be better equipped to change with it.
The workshops will provide you with knowledge of how to plan revegetation under a changing climate, including working out what your future climate will look like, and how to select the appropriate species and provenances to plant.
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