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Farm Revegetation for Biodiversity, Productivity and Climate resilience

14 August @ 10:00 am - 1:30 pm

Free

Landcare, with support from Mornington Peninsula Shire, DELWP, and private donations, is working with the Grow Corp Foundation to develop a demonstration “Whole of Farm” approach to revegetation on private property. This approach integrates shelterbelts, riparian corridors, and selective bush patches in a manner that: enhances the environment through improved biodiversity, protects water quality, and contributes to the major biolink between Greens Bush and Arthurs Seat. Direct farm benefits include improved productivity and climate resiliency.

The revegetation stage is nearing completion and we are conducting a session of short talks, discussions, and tours of the revegetated areas to outline the process and answer questions on the benefits.

Speakers:

  • Clayton Fenech, Mornington Peninsula Shire – Biodiversity
  • Chantal Morton, Landcare Facilitator – Biolinks
  • Grow Corp Foundation – Owners Perspective
  • Greg Holland, Main Creek Catchment Landcare – Whole of Farm Planning and Climate Resilience.

Talks and discussion 1000-1130am, then a farm tour followed by a light lunch and continued informal discussions.

Free event. Get your tickets at:  https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/farm-revegetation-for-biodiversity-productivity-and-climate-resilience-tickets-380877223027

Enquiries: facilitator@mplandcare.org.au

 

 

Organiser

Main Creek Catchment Landcare Group

Venue

328 Main Creek Road
328 Main Creek Road
Main Ridge, Victoria 3928 Australia
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