Jewels in the Landscape
A two day workshop on
Managing significant native vegetation remnants
Including travelling stock reserves, road easements and adjacent private land
Date: 20 and 21 November 2012
Venue: The Max Function & Conference Centre, level 1, Cnr Balo & Heber Streets, Moree, NSW
Are you working in or managing remnant vegetation? Would you like to know more about biodiversity conservation? Would you like to enhance your knowledge and skills? Then this workshop is for you.
The workshop has a particular emphasis on managing grassy woodland remnants but is relevant to the management of other vegetation types.
Topics covered include:
* ecology of grassy woodlands;
* weeds and weed management in grassy woodlands;
* grassy woodland restoration – what do we know?;
* grazing for biodiversity;
* planning a management and restoration project;
* flora identification skills;
* identifying the natural values of a site and its threats;
* identifying vegetation community type;
* vegetation monitoring techniques; and
* where to get help including an overview of funding opportunities.
For further details download the workshop program.
Learning will be through a combination of theory presentations and field-based activities.
ANPC events provide a valuable networking opportunity and the workshop also includes an optional evening slide show and a morning bird walk.
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Fees (incl. GST):
Fees include catering, a copy on CD of ‘Plant Conservation Approaches and Techniques from an Australian Perspective’, a ‘Botanical Field Guide’, a hand lens and workshop notes.
|Non-member – Community group
|Non-member – govt or semi govt
To register, complete the Registration Form and send to email@example.com.
This workshop is part of the Jewells in the Landscape series of workshops supported by a grant from the NSW Environmental Trust