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Available Media Releases with Title containing 'Join a woody weeds workshop'
7 March 2017
Join a woody weeds workshop
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Learn how to control large woody vine weeds by attending a workshop at Eungella on Saturday 18 March.

 

Rous County Council officer Kim Curtis and ecology consultant David Milledge will explain the threats posed by land and aquatic weeds and how they can be controlled.

 

Tweed Landcare, Council and Local Land Services are working together to provide the workshop for local landholders and other interested people.

 

The event will be limited to 25 participants, who will learn how to identify and control weeds, prevent their re-emergence, and to restore native plants.

 

The workshop will be held at the New Govardhana Farm, 525 Tyalgum Road, from 9.30am to 1pm. A light lunch will be served and bookings are essential by emailing landcareofficer@tweed.nsw.gov.au or by phoning Jude Mason on (02) 6670 2199.

 

Participants should wear covered shoes, sun safe apparel and bring water.

 

The workshop is part of a mid Oxley River riparian restoration and connectivity project, funded by an Environmental Trust restoration and rehabilitation grant.

 


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