Threatened Ecological Communities on Farms Workshop
The Central West Local Land Services region contains several Threatened Ecological Communities (TECs). These woodlands provide significant benefits for both farm productivity and to the broader landscape by providing essential foraging habitat, breeding sites and corridors for many threatened species.
Join us for a practical workshop on the identification and management of TECs. Presenter David Carr will run through the values of TECs and ways to manage and enhance these valuable plant communities.
Comobella Hall, followed by local farm tour
- What are TECs & why are they important?
- What is Central West Local Land Services doing to help preserve TECs in the Central West?
- Production values of TECs
- What can you do to enhance and protect TECs?
Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing for a paddock walk.
RSVP by 16 April 2021 to:
0438 695 755
20 Apr 2021 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
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