Landholders are invited to attend a free erosion control and pasture management field day at Rosevale to learn about cost effective measures to control erosion and improve pasture condition on their properties.
Healthy Land & Water, in partnership with the Resilient Rivers Initiative, are hosting a field day in the upper Bremer Catchment whereby attendees will have the chance to inspect local properties in the Rosevale area where we will discuss options and practical management solutions to reduce erosion and maintain good pasture and land condition on their properties.
Following the site visits, we will head back to the Rosevale Rural Fire Brigade Shed for presentations where you will have further opportunity to meet the teams and other local landholders over lunch.
Topics will include:
- Managing and maintaining healthy pasture in grazing landscapes.
- Erosion control principles and small-scale, cost-effective gully erosion control options.
- Managing groundcover and vegetation to assist in erosion control.
- Methods to enhance riparian health including weed control specific to the Bremer Catchment (Chinese Elm).
Site visits followed by presentations and lunch at the Rosevale Rural Fire Brigade Shed
Morning tea and lunch will be provided
DATE: Wednesday 1 June 2022
TIME: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
VENUE: Rosevale Rural Fire Brigade Shed, 1 Elavesor Drive, Rosevale
Please RVSP by Wednesday 25 May via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVPs are essential.
For more information call or email Samille Loch-Wilkinson on 0400 910 128 or email@example.com
This project is supported by Healthy Land & Water, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program and the Queensland Government Department of Environment and Science’s Healthy Catchments Program.