Date(s) - Friday, May 20, 2022
9:45 am - 3:00 pm
Boho CFA Shed
Better manage water in your farm landscape. Learn about landscape hydration from the experts from the Mulloon Institute and the GBCMA
The Mulloon Institute consulting staff will introduce the concepts of landscape rehydration and rehabilitation
The Mulloon Institute is a not for profit, research, education and advocacy organisation. It is recognised globally as a demonstrator of sustainable agriculture and environmental regeneration through landscape rehydration and restoration.
Hear about the steps to be taken to initiate a landscape rehydration project at both the property and catchment scale. Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority staff will outline the regulatory requirements for works on waterways.
The workshop will be followed by a local farm walk to see how landscape hydration concepts can be implemented.
This is a ticketed event with a limit of 1 ticket per property. Numbers are strictly limited.
Event hosted as part of the Gecko Clan new landholder workshop series.
For event information contact Gecko Clan Ph: 0418 140 710
If you are unwell or, awaiting results of a COVID test, please do not attend on the day and give Kerri (0418 140 710) a call.
Hosted by the Gecko Clan Landcare Network this free event is supported by the Goulburn Broken CMA through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.