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SE Agronomist Update - Naracoorte

Friday February 1, from 8.30-1.30pm at the Naracoorte Town Hall (Upstairs meeting room)

Topics; Interrogating the soil moisture probe network & Ryegrass management in the HRZ. Contact MFMG for further details


Ewe Time Forum – Save the Date
Naracoorte – March 28

The sheep industry’s popular series of forums is returning in 2019

See flyer for contacts click here


Super High Oleic Safflower Launch - Horsham
Wednesday December 19, 8.30am - 4.30pm at the Grains Innovation Park, Natimuk Road, Horsham

Please register for catering and buses. Follow this link for flyer and agenda   

 


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Sherwood Fire

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MFMG is proud to be a part of the Local Fire Recovery Committee, and will be working with all levels of government and the local community to get things back on track.

 

The SA Government has established a recovery webpage with many helpful contact numbers  https://www.sa.gov.au/topics/emergencies-and-safety/recovery/2018-events/sherwood-fire 

 

These, and more, are also available here

 

Some other useful links and numbers;

Sherwood Recovery Facebook page

SA  Disaster Recovery Facebook page

Sherwood Bushfire Appeal

 

SA recovery hotline 24 hours: 1800 302 787

PIRSA’s Stock Assessment Hotline: 1800 255 556
Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636
Lifeline: 13 11 14

 

Natural Resources South East can provide a range of support and advice to property owners impacted by bushfire across the South East

 

Services available include:
• Property mapping and planning support to landholders
• Provision of support material on methods for management after fires
• NRM Officer support for weed and pest management
• Soil erosion management advice
• Biodiversity management advice

For further information or assistance please contact your local NRM office
Natural Resources Centre Mount Gambier - 08 8735 1177
Natural Resources South East Keith - 08 8755 1620

 

Follow these youtube links for helpful information from the Pinery and Sampson Flat fires;  Planning and designing a shelterbelt - lessons learnt from the Pinery fire

Stabilising soil post fire

 

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