Tasman Soil Workshop 3

We are lucky to have some of Tasmania’s best soil scientists presenting a series of workshops aimed to assist producers in maintaining healthy soil under intensified production (made possible by the development of irrigation schemes and other innovations). Much of the content will also be relevant to producers outside of

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Tasman Soil Workshop 2

We are lucky to have some of Tasmania’s best soil scientists presenting a series of workshops aimed to assist producers in maintaining healthy soil under intensified production (made possible by the development of irrigation schemes and other innovations). Much of the content will also be relevant to producers outside of

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Farming and the Law Workshop – Tasman

Join other landowners from the Tasman Catchment to learn about legislation relating to your property management and available resources, presented by the Environmental Defender’s Office Tasmania. Tuesday 2nd May: 10am –2pm (lunch included) Dunalley Hall—5 Franklin Street, Dunalley THE WORKSHOP COVERS: – Planning schemes, state policies, council policies and planning

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Weed Planning Workshop – Tasman

PLANNING FOR WEED MANAGEMENT ON YOUR PROPERTY (with a focus on Spanish heath) Wednesday 26 April: 5 –7pm Taranna Community Centre, Amy Street—Taranna Workshop content What is Spanish heath and what other weeds should you look out for? Overview of landowner responsibilities Overview of Tasman Councils spot spraying program and

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Tasman Soil Workshop 1

We are lucky to have some of Tasmania’s best soil scientists presenting a series of workshops aimed to assist producers in maintaining healthy soil under intensified production (made possible by the development of irrigation schemes and other innovations). Much of the content will also be relevant to producers outside of

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Aboriginal Values and Fire Management Workshop

In October 2016, Victor Steffensen – an expert in traditional fire management – visited a number of key sites across Tasmania to discuss how fire could be used to heal country. At the same time, a video was put together to showcase the need for collaboration in building a united

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