Plant identification and management workshop (Condobolin)

We invite interested land managers to join us to learn more about plants on their properties.

Dates and locations

May 18 - Condobolin “Kalinga” 4488 Kiacatoo Road - 9am to 2pm (44kms west of Condobolin, 50kms East of Lake Cargelligo)

May 19 - Girilambone“Karingal” (16 kms up) Okeh Rd - 9am to 2pm

Topics include

  • importance of native plants
  • how to identify accurately
  • how to describe and photograph for identification advice
  • their growth habits including succession
  • feed potential, nutritional value and palatability
  • management techniques and options

Led by Riverina grazier and plant expert, Martin Driver, the workshops will focus on practical skills to enable land managers to make better informed decisions about their grazing and farm management. Martin will share his knowledge on being able to identify plant species and how best to encourage desirable species through management.

This is a FREE event with morning tea and lunch provided.

What to bring

Please bring a chair, hat and boots. Bring along samples of any plants you would like to have identified in a plastic bag, please be mindful of spreading weeds.

RSVP

Stephen Pereira
E: stephen.pereira@lls.nsw.gov.au
M: 0409 814 182
Please note, numbers are limited

This project is supported by Central West Local Land Services through funding from Catchment Action NSW

When
18 May 2021 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Region

Central West

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