Events and Resources

Upcoming Events
MLL Mark Gardner Field Day 13th June

 

Funding Opportunities

 

Paddock Tree Project in partnership with Cowra Woodland Bird Program

Paddock trees across our landscape are disappearing and not being replaced. They play an extremely important role in our environment and have a number of benefits for productivity as well as conservation including pest control, salinity management, stock and crop shelter, improved soil structure, tree hollows and an important food source for birds and animals.

The aim of this project is to further develop connectivity through the landscape to improve movement and habitat of woodland birds by planting local species of eucalypt trees. The trees must be planted within 50 m of each other and need to connect remnants i.e. roadside vegetation and an existing mature paddock tree. Mesh and star posts will be provided to successful applicants.

This project has been fully allocated.

 

Reports

 

Grazing Management

Grazing Group Field Day (Increasing productivity by improving on-farm ecology) March 2013

Dung Beetle Field Day October 2013

Closed Season Grazing Management Field Day December 2013

Open/Growing Season Grazing Management Field Day April 2014

Coonabarabran Field Trip – Temperate legumes and tropical grasses @ Bob Freebairn’s

Grazing Management Field Day with Brian Wehlburg

Grazing Management Field Day with Dr. Terry McCosker

South East Local Land Services Grazing Management Project – Field Day with Dick Richardson

South East Local Land Services Grazing Management Project – Field Day with Dr. Terry McCosker and David Marsh

Threatened Species

 

Squirrel Glider Species Profile

Educational Tours

 

Pre-tour questions ‘Reading the Landscape

3 hour Basic Agenda

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