Come along to the African Lovegrass Workshop, Saturday 14 November, 2015, organised by the Yass Area Network - Landcare Groups, at the Murrumbateman Fire Shed, 39 Rose Street.
African Lovegrass is moving into the Yass district - a tussocky noxious weed that can aggressively invade vast areas of productive farm, residential and public land. Learn how to distinguish African Lovegrass from native lovegrass. Hear about effective control methods, especially on the Monaro where African Lovegrass has been an increasing problem over many years. Biosecurity issues such as the spread of African Lovegrass seeds on roadsides will also be covered.
Facilitator: Jacqui Stol, CSIRO Land and Water, Secretary Yass Area Network Landcare Groups, Chair, Murrumbateman Landcare Group.
Peter Davis, Monaro farmer and holistic grazing manager
Alison Evin, Natural Capital, Pty Ltd
Sue Howieson, ACT Grazier
Damian Minehan, Southern Slopes Noxious Plant Authority
Dr Robert Godfree, CSIRO
Warren Schofield, Cooma Shire Weeds Control Officer
Free morning tea and lunch
RSVPs by Tuesday10 November (for catering numbers to: Rebecca Widdows (02 6118 7706) or email firstname.lastname@example.org