Erosion control training | Landholders Driving Change

Erosion control makes the grade

Register now to take advantage of two erosion control workshops being held this month.

Highly-respected landcare specialist and plant operator, Darryl Hill will expose landholders and utility providers to practical, alternative approaches to prevent water erosion on station roads, tracks firebreaks and fence lines.

  • Thursday, March 14 “Emohruo”, Collinsville, 8am-4pm (Thanks to Stanley and Judy Fordham for hosting this workshop).
  • Friday, March 15 “ Eungella Station”, Eungella, 8am-4pm (Thanks to the McEvoy family for hosting this workshop).
  • Contact: Lisa Hutchinson  M: 0427 594 192

Darryl Hill is one of only a few qualified instructors running grader workshops for soil conservation in Australia.  That’s why these workshops are a great opportunity for graziers to learn from one of the best.

Land managers will obtain the correct knowledge, skills and management tools to understand the causes of soil erosion, how to avoid triggering additional erosion and how to ameliorate existing erosion.

The aim of the workshops is to provide participants with a better understanding:

  • of the cause of water erosion on station tracks and fence lines;
  • an overview of traditional versus alternative ways of dealing with water erosion;
  • basic surveying principles;
  • on-ground experience in basic surveying skills and the use of a dumpy level;
    and
  • a demonstration of grader techniques for erosion control.

To register for these workshops, contact Lisa Hutchinson on 0427 594 192.

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