Rehydration workshop a “must”
- 22 August
- Collinsville rodeo ground
- Contact: Sam Skeat (firstname.lastname@example.org)
THIS workshop is a must to attend. Learn about Natural Sequence Farming, soil rehydration and erosion control in grazing landscapes at the Designing Landscape Rehydration workshop at the Collinsville rodeo ground on Wednesday 22 August, 8am – 4pm. This will be followed by an inspection of completed work at Sonoma Station.
The LDC project is supporting NQ Dry Tropics’ Designing Landscape Rehydration workshop that is being held in Collinsville.
Hosted by Cam Wilson, Community Landscape Rehydration project officer, The Mulloon Institute, participants will be stepped through options on how to manage the landscape to capture and hold rain where it falls, slow and spread water flow, intervene in active gully erosion, increase water infiltration and grow more grass.
A Walk through the Landscape on Sonoma Station will demonstrate what practical and cost-effective on-ground works can be achieved.
Read more about landscape rehydration here.
This event is an initiative of NQ Dry Tropics, supported by funding from the Australian Government Reef Trust throughout the Point Source Sediment Management project in the Burdekin Dry Tropics NRM Region.
RSVP by 14 August by phone (4799 3500) or email: email@example.com.
Cam Wilson, from The Mulloon Institute in action during a Landscape Rehydration Workshop