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Just Released! Our Sustainable Industries Winter/Spring Workshops

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Sustainable Industries

Our Sustainable Industries team has been busy planning a series of informative workshops and events for the Wheatbelt farming community. Ranging from mixed farming and feral control through to dung beetles and carbon tools, these free workshops are designed to build knowledge and share experiences.

Mark these dates in your diary and keep an eye on social media and eNews for more information, times and locations.

10 August – Wyalkatchem Feral Pest Control and 1080 Training

11 August – Bruce Rock Feral Pest Control and 1080 Training

We’re bringing the latest information on effective feral pest control to the Wyalkatchem and Bruce Rock communities. Join industry experts in learning more about the latest techniques and stay on to obtain your 1080 accreditation with help from our team.

19 August - Mixed Farming Field Walk and Workshop

Dempster Farms, Goomalling

Learn more about confinement feeding and look at Dan Dempster’s Anemeka saltbush demonstration as a method for maintaining summer ground cover. Following the field walk there will be a program of key speakers talking about fodder chains, livestock management and nutrition. The farm is part of our Optimising Fodder Options in Mixed Farming Systems project.

23 and 24 August – Drop in and see us at Dowerin

Our Sustainable Industries team will be at Dowerin Field Days this August showing off the great work that has been done in mixed farming. They will also be talking about the exciting Beetle Highway project which is aimed at building a connected network of corridors where beetles can follow dung across the region.

27 September – SWARM Carbon Estimation Tool Workshop

Location to be confirmed

Discover how the innovative SWARM tool for estimating soil carbon can and help target land restoration efforts and test the resilience of your soil systems.

For more information on any of our free winter and spring events, contact project delivery officer, Bonny Dunlop-Heague at

The project is supported by funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.

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