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Demonstration Workshop - Planting & Weed Control Techniques for Ripararian Revegetation Success

Demonstration Workshop

Planting & Weed Control Techniques for Riparian Revegetation Success

The Lower Blackwood LCDC is committed to working with landholders in the restoration of waterways through stock exclusion, weed control and planting of native species along creek lines.

As part of that commitment we are very pleased to offer you an opportunity to learn from local revegetation & weed control experts on site preparation and planting techniques that will ensure riparian plants will not only survive but thrive.

 What will I get from the workshop?

  • Aspects to consider before starting a revegetation planting project, including identifying weed species and control options.

  • A takeaway example of a revegetation plan.

  • A detailed demonstration on waterway planting techniques.

  • A takeaway species list and planting profile as an example of what contractors or the Lower Blackwood LCDC can provide for you to ensure high revegetation success

  • A Lower Blackwood LCDC '4 Common Riparian Weeds & Their Management' Booklet

EVENT LOGISTICS:

Where: Location to be confirmed to registered participants prior to the event.

When: Thursday September 26th, 2.30pm to 4.30pm

REGISTER BELOW OR CONTACT:

Kate Tarrant, LBLCDC Communications Officer

T. 9758 4021 | M. 0409203056 | E. kate.tarrant@lowerblackwood.com.au

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This free event    is supported by funding from the    Regional Estuaries Initiative (REI),    a four-year, $20 million Royalties for Regions program to improve the health of six Western Australian estuaries being delivered in partnership with the Department of Water.

This free event is supported by funding from the Regional Estuaries Initiative (REI), a four-year, $20 million Royalties for Regions program to improve the health of six Western Australian estuaries being delivered in partnership with the Department of Water.

This    free event    is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s    State NRM Program   .

This free event is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program.

Earlier Event: 20 September
Nillup Landmark Field Day & Trade Show
Later Event: 10 October
Lower Blackwood 2019 Spring Field Day