The popular ‘Bunny Boiler Challenge’ annual fundraising dinner for the Phillip Island Landcare Group is back in 2017 bigger and better than ever!
The date is set for Friday 2nd June and will again be hosted by the Cape Kitchen. There will again be opportunites for renowned and aspiring chefs and home cooks to present their best rabbit recipes in competition for prizes and local esteem.
Join us on Friday 19th of May to tour some of the best Landcare projects from the top to the bottom of the Powlett catchment. Starting early we will visit 11 sites including a cool temperate rainforest gully on the property of Paul Speirs (pictured), Prom Country Cheese and the Mouth of the Powlett River. This tour aims to bring together people from our own and neighboring regions to look at some of the best examples of on ground Landcare works to inspire others to action. It is hoped that this will be the start of many similar days in other regions to share knowledge and experience with each other.
Are you a property owner who owns at least 10 hectares?
Do you want to know more about what your property can produce?
Do you want to set up multiple income streams to ensure your business is more resilient?
This is your opportunity!
What is iFarm?
iFarm is a farm mapping and planning program utilising the latest aerial imagery of your property and GIS software. You will learn how to map paddocks, infrastructure, waterways, tracks, native vegetation, pipelines, fencing and more.
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