Tasman Landcare's AGM this year will be combined with a field day to view the progress of our current pasture trials and to explore soil health in general.
Dr. Bill Cotching will be our guest presenter - he'll be digging holes and leading discussions on:
- soil testing
- cockchafer infestations - treatments
- regenerative agriculture - local applications
9.30 am start with cuppa at Saltwater River Hall.
10.00 - 12.00 presentation & discussion session
12.00 - 1.00 lunch
1:00 - 2:30 relocate to local pasture trial site to discuss progress
2:30 - 3:30 AGM - back at Saltwater River Hall
Hot Tips for Fire-Proof Gardens from the Dunalley Primary School Students
The Dunalley Primary School Students have put out some great publications on low flammability gardens and fire safety. check them out heree -
Tas Fire Service working together with farmers and communities
The TFS have a variety of resources to assist you with managing your property for fire http://www.fire.tas.gov.au/Show?pageId=colPublications.
Tasmania Fire Service has produced a brochure in cooperation with the farming communities and the state fire management council. This brochure provides information about fire safety on farms, safe harvesting practices during hot and dry weather and safe cooperative working practices for farmers and TFS.
Tasman Landcare Group now on Facebook!
Visit https://www.facebook.com/tasmanlandcare and 'Like' Tasman Landcare Group on facebook to keep up to date with local Landcare events, information and activities.