april, 2018

26apr10:00 am2:00 pmClimate Change Resilience DayA field day on agricultural capacity and capability to adapt to change

Event Details

You are invited to this exciting field day on climate change resilience in Bass Coast. agricultural capacity and capability to adapt to change.

Soil scientist Declan McDonald will be speaking on the following:

  • things to consider when thinking about innovation and diversification
  • climate change and its impacts on agriculture in Bass Coast
  • the planning scheme and its impacts on agriculture in Bass Coast
  • examples of diversification activities in Gippsland
  • land capability assessment – how to apply it to your own property
  • development of options on a case study in Woodleigh
  • diversification and innovation ‘how to start’ checklist

The morning session is being held at the  Kernot Hall  and the afternoon session will be a farm walk at Woodleigh. Look out for the Landcare event sign.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

RSVP is essential at https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/climate-change-and-agricultural-resilience-in-bass-coast-tickets-44540582080

For further details, please call Bass Coast Landcare Network offic eon 5678 2335.




(Thursday) 10:00 am - 2:00 pm


Kernot Hall

1060 Loch Kernot Road, Kernot


Bass Coast Landcare Network

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