2018 Bruny Island Bird Festival

Save the date for next years exciting Bruny Bird Festival – 19-22 October 2018 Bringing together Science, Conservation, Community and Creativity to create four days of enjoyment and education about the birdlife of this wonderful island. Packed with new features as well as old favourites, there will be Workshops, Expert

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Australian Barley Technical Symposium

Revered as probably the most significant technical symposium on barley that rivals any other held anywhere in the world, the ABTS attracts scientists, researchers, maltsters, brewers, marketers, extension officers and many others in the barley industry from around the world. The biannual Australian Barley Technical Symposium (ABTS) allows delegates to see fresh,

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Little Golden Farm Field Day

Property management for horse and soil health Join Nolan Alderfox from Soil Health Services & Nikki den Exter, land owner, for a morning walk and talk on the trials and tribulations of: – maintaining pasture for horses and hay – browsing mammal management – regenerating soil health and structure This

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Mount Field Fagus Weekend

The Fagus Weekend will take place at Mount Field National Park on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 April from 11am to 5pm with special night time activities on Saturday. Join the Parks and Wildlife Service to celebrate the turning of the fagus, Tasmania’s only native deciduous tree, and be inspired

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Nayri Niara (Good Spirit) Festival

The Nayri Niara good spirit Festival is a three-day gathering of music, ceremony, knowledge sharing and arts, held in a stunning cultural landscape that is lunawunna alonnah, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia. The Festival is a powerful opportunity for Indigenous and non-indigenous people to share knowledge and ceremony, honouring ancient traditions

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Healthy Horse and Land Field Trip

Come and listen to Kirsten Kuns and Anthea Simmons discuss how they have used pasture management principles such as planned grazing to improve their animals’ health, increase pasture resilience and diversity and protect soil health. There will be an opportunity to explore both properties and Anthea and Kirsten will discuss

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