August 2020 | Landholders Driving Change

Strathalbyn weed control

A clear path ahead: Navigating Queensland’s vegetation management framework LANDHOLDERS and Queensland Government department representatives have come up with a solution to improve land condition (weed control) on a property that meets reef protection regulations at...

Worona Field Day

Rehydration focuses on soil as a sponge LDC hosted a field day attended by more than 25 people, at Worona Station to showcase the work the LeFeuvre family has carried out to rehydrate their property. Graziers were able to see first-hand how a producer has increased...

Ladies Mach II

Branch manager of the Bowen PCYC Sergeant Michelle O’Regan (in the yellow-highlighted frame) delivers her address during the LDC virtual women’s networking event. Pictured are (top row, from left) guest speaker Belinda Callanan, TH9 Outdoor Services; NQ...

Eungella soil talks

Soil consultant John Hughes, second from left, was a guest presenter at July’s Eungella Soil and Pasture Update day where landholders discussed soil tests and pasture. He is pictured with Roxanne Morgan (DAF), and landholders Wayne Reading, Dennis Fitzsimmonds...

Scottville cluster review

The Scottville Cluster Group has proven that working together can result in great outcomes. Twenty-five people attended a field trip last month to share the achievements of the group. Together the Scottville Cluster Group has achieved wonders THE Scottville Cluster...

M&E at Mt Pleasant

An overview of Monitoring and Evaluation for the LDC project Mt Pleasant grazier Jamie Gordon explains the concept of The Hub at the first open day in 2019. Data and results part of learning hub THE Mount Pleasant Learning Hub, featuring Mulloon Institute landscape...