Burra region residents are invited to take part in training in two different approaches to weed management. Come along to ONE or BOTH workshops for FREE! (Registration essential)
There is a free PlaceStories workshop being held Friday 14 June at the PC Users Group in Holder, from 10am - 3pm. The workshop and training day is open to those who have never ‘PlaceStoried’ before, and those who may have attended a workshop before but would like some support while completing a PlaceStory.
If you live in Burra and are on a small property then this is a MUST DO!
The ACTEW Water Source Water Protection Program (SWPP) aims to reduce risks to water quality within the ACT's drinking water catchments. Community and non-government organisations, individual property owners, government agencies and local councils are eligible to apply for funding through the SWPP grants scheme.
The Parks and Conservation Service is hosting its twice yearly Workshop on Friday the 30th of November. Come along and join other landowners to find out what is happening in Canberra and surrounds.
Interested in learning more about herbicide application?
Are you a landholder in the ACT or in the Googong or Upper Murrumbidgee catchments south of the ACT?
Are you working with herbicides as a Park Carer/landcarer in the ACT or in the Googong or Upper Murrumbidgee catchments south of the ACT? If you fall into any of these categories and want to upgrade your chemical application skills, ensure your machinery is working correctly, enable up to date records and gain accreditation or reaccreditation then read on.