Granite Belt Grape and Wine

Conservation & Biodiversity

Are you keen to know more about conservation values of your land and best ways to protect and enhance biodiversity?

All Nature Refuge and Land for Wildlife landholders and any other landholders keen to manage all or part of their property to better protect our region’s unique flora and fauna are invited to this free one-day workshop.

The workshop is designed to engage and inform conservation-minded landholders about the State and Federal Government funded programs available to support their property management efforts. This will include topics such as weed and feral animal control, fire management, threatened species management and other proactive strategies to better protect biodiversity.

The event will be jointly hosted, and feature presentations from the Department of Environment and Science, Southern Queensland Landscapes, Queensland Trust for Nature, Southern Downs Regional Council and Stanthorpe Rare Wildflower Consortium. Access the flier for more information.

WHEN: 9.30am to 3.30pm on Friday the 29th of November

WHERE: Stanthorpe Civic Centre

RSVP: To Rick Humphries via richardhumphries@bigpond.com by Tuesday 22nd November 2019.

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