Join local landholder Karla Sperling on her property on Stockyard Mountain and learn about how she has been working to enhance and protect native vegetation on her property for XX years.
Karla has years of experience in working towards rehabilitating woodland on her property and will talk about her experiences, challenges, key learnings, and techniques she uses.
Karla will also talk about land use and managing native vegetation she has now put under a Conservation Agreement.
Participants will then have an opportunity to work alongside Karla and get their hands dirty under the guidance of an experienced local bush regenerator who will also be on hand to discuss effective techniques used in bush regeneration.
This is a wonderful opportunity for landholders who are interested in the long term restoration and protection of native vegetation on their property whether it be a lifestyle farm, or a productive farm, and is an opportunity to ask questions you may have about managing vegetation your own property.
Lunch and morning tea will be provided for participants.
When: Friday March 14, 9am – 3pm
Where: Stockyard Mountain, address supplied upon registration
Activities: Bush walking, plant and weed ID training, bush regeneration training.
What to bring: Wear long pants, long sleeves, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, closed in sturdy shoes, plenty of water, gardening gloves
Tools will be provided.
RSVP: Wednesday March 12 to Megan Rowlatt firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 4229 7526