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Past Event

A Day with Dr James Fitzsimons

 

New and Part-Time Landholder Euroa Forum 2017

The Strathbogie Ranges CMN is excited to bring you this year’s introductory event for New and Part-Time Landholders.
This is a great event for those who would like to learn more about the area, meet some locals and get their advice and expertise on a variety of topics affecting new landholders.
If you haven’t attended any SRCMN events before, this is a fantastic way to get involved, and meet some fellow New and Part-Time Landholders along the way.

Time: 11:00am to 2:00pm with morning tea and a light lunch provided.

Speakers: Janet Hagen, Bert Lobert, Karen Brisbane (GBCMA), Cathy Olive (Euroa Arboretum)

Location: Sat 26th of August 2017 – The Old Flour Mill Gallery, Euroa

Themes & Topics:

  • Property Management
  • Environmental Restoration/Enhancement
  • Support Opportunities
  • Financial Grants
  • Local Geology
  • Environmental Issues

Please register your interest by emailing us at strathbogierangescmn@gmail.com

 

Revegetation Day – Ruffy

29/06/2017

On a sunny but bitterly cold Sunday in Ruffy, the SRCMN held a revegetation information event for local landholders. The aim of the day was to get the attendees thinking about flora on their land and covered topics such as:

  • The advantages of revegetating cleared land
  • The different species of seeds available
  • How to collect your own seed
  • Where to buy seeds and saplings
  • Different methods of planting
  • Site preparation
  • Tree protection
  • Planning for climate change
  • Available grants

A field walk was conducted by Janet and Justus Hagen at their property in Ruffy, before the group moved on to the Ruffy Community Centre for lunch, a short presentation and some further discussion.
It was fantastic to see such an wide array of attendees from such a variety of backgrounds.
Justus and Janet were a wealth of knowledge and left every attendee with a new understanding of the role of native trees on local properties.