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Reedy Creek Mid-SE Irrigators & MFMG Pasture Field walk ‘Messina & More’

Held Thursday 16 November 2017 starting at Avenue Range

 

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Good Clover Bad Clover

Oestrogenic clovers can significantly impact lambing percentages. Read the first of the fact sheets produced as part of this project and handouts from the October Sheep Field Day

 

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Pulse Check Groups Pre-Harvest Meetings

Held Wednesday 8th November 2017 at Keith

 

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Showcasing Farmers using NRM for Sustainable Agricultural Outcomes

 

The project showcased  farmers, and their practices, involved in caring for the environment.

The project aimed to educate farmers across the region, and the wider agricultural community on how working with the environment will provide long term economic and social benefits.

As a result of this project, there will be increased knowledge of natural resource management practices, and resultantly, a greater number of farmers adopting them.

 

Hear what growers have to say about NRM practices on their properties

Steve:  

 

Terry:

 

Josie:

 

 

 

Project Outcomes

 

  •  Maintain and improve ecosystem services through sustainable management of local and regional landscapes.

 

  •  Increase in the number of farmers and fishers adopting practices that improve the quality of the natural resource base, and the area of land over which those practices are applied.

 

  •  Increase engagement and participation of the community, including landcare, farmers and Indigenous people, in sustainable natural resource management.