DO YOU HAVE A PLAN FOR BUSHFIRE?
Free Bushfire Information and Management Planning in Nebo.
Learn how to create a fire management plan for your property at a free property fire information session and fire management planning workshop at Nebo. Your property is in one of the largest wilderness areas in Queensland and it an important habitat for koalas. Bushfire preparedness is an important way that you can safeguard your property and help these important species thrive. Join us for a free Property Fire Information Session and a Fire Management Planning Workshop to learn about fire preparedness and how to create a fire management plan for your property.
The Property Fire Information Session will cover fire safety, fire as a land management tool, Local laws, vegetation management, Local disaster arrangements, agencies roles and responsibilities, and fire ecology.
The Fire Management Planning Workshop will provide information to landholders and guidance on creating individual property fire management plans. These plans will aim to mitigate the risks associated with bushfires, with a specific focus on helping communities in safeguarding individual properties. Maps will be provided for properties.
Representatives from the Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium, Isaac Shire Council, Rural Fire Service Queensland will share information about their roles and offer advice about planning for the approaching fire season.
Please note, in order to attend the fire management planning workshop, you must attend the initial fire information session. Your property must be in the Clarke-Connors Range area, and be over 1.5 hectares, unless the property is next to or adjoining a very large natural area.
Information session: Thursday 2nd June 2022, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Planning workshop: Saturday 4th June 2022, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
VENUE: Nebo Memorial Hall, Reynolds Street, Nebo QLD 4742
RVSP: by 24 May 2022
Numbers are limited, RSVPs are essential!
For more information contact Craig Welden from the QFBC on 0437 726 279 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported by Fitzroy Basin Association, through funding from the Australian Government’s Environment Restoration Fund.