Corowa District Landcare invites you to join Martin Driver, ANPC Project Manager, as we look at different types of native pastures and their management for sustained, profitable production. We’ll identify some of the key species, their values, attributes and management options as we walk through the various grassland/woodland communities typical of the wider Urana region.

Time: 10am – 3pm,

Venue: " Cocketjegong Station", approx. 24 km west of Urana on the Collingullie-Jerilderie Rd, Urana in south west NSW.

BYO: Chair, water bottle, hat, rain jacket, camera and notebook.

RSVP: Joanne Diver/Judy Kirk at Corowa District Landcare  Ph 02 6033 1137 or Email.

All welcome. Lunch provided.

Download flyer here.

This project is brought to you by Corowa District Landcare Inc., and is supported by the Australian Network for Plant Conservation Inc., with support from Murray Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme

                  
ANPC Project Manager, Martin Driver (centre), leading a plant ID walk
through Redlands Hill Reserve, Corowa NSW, in October 2016.
(Photo: Judy Kirk, Corowa District Landcare)