Join Sustainable Farms and our partners throughout August and September as we host a series of free field days focusing on farm dams and native shelterbelts. Come to learn about the latest science and management practices from farmers and scientists, and how managing them for biodiversity can benefit your farm productivity. Stay for lunch and a chat.
Speakers will include our host farmers and experts from Sustainable Farms ANU, Local Land Services, Office of Environment and Heritage and Department of Primary Industries and others.
The events are as follows:
23 August at Holbrook, NSW on Shelterbelts
25 August at Everton Upper, Victoria on Farm Dams
29 August at Burrumbuttock, NSW on Shelterbelts and Paddock Trees
30 August at Corowa, NSW on Shelterbelts and Pollinators
2 September at Book Book, NSW on Farm Dams
3 September at Illabo, NSW on Farm Dams
4 September at Henty, NSW on Farm Dams
6 September at Morundah, NSW on Farm Dams (TBC)
9 September at Ardlethan, NSW on Farm Dams
10 September at Hay, NSW on Farm Dams (TBC)
Registration is essential, as these are free catered events, and we want to make sure there is enough food for everyone.
To RSVP, go to http://sustainablefarms.eventbrite.com/