Wetlands Workshop

Date: 

3 May 2016 - 9:30am to 3:30pm

A Conservation Management Network Wetlands and Farm Dams Workshop will be held in Bega on Tuesday 3 May 2016 from 9.30am - 3.30pm, led by experienced presenter and farmer Alison Elvin.

When: Tuesday 3 May, 9.30am-3.30pm

Where: Bega (morning information session and afternoon site visits)

Cost: Free, with morning tea provided, BYO lunch

For bookings and details: contact Ali Rodway on info@fsccmn.com or 0417 246 896.

 

Do you have a wetland or farm dam on your property? Would you like to know more about improving water quality and biodiversity? Want to know how to tackle common wetland weeds with and without chemicals? How can your wetland or dam affect property health? Come along to a one day workshop about:

•               the importance of wetlands in the landscape

•               how to make the best use of wetlands for property health, biodiversity and improved stock health

•               wetland connectivity, why is it important and how to improve it

•               what regulations affect wetlands

•               what makes a healthy wetland

•               recognising and managing threats to wetland health, including pests and weeds

•               using chemicals around wetlands and alternative methods of weed control

•               measuring changes in wetland health

•               how to restore a degraded wetland

When: Tuesday 3 May, 9.30am-3.30pm

Where: Bega (morning information session and afternoon site visits)

Cost: Free, with morning tea provided, BYO lunch

For bookings and details: contact Ali Rodway on info@fsccmn.com or 0417 246 896.