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    Boots on Ground Day - NSW

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    Restoring healthy water flows

    GWYMAC Landcare and Mulloon Institute invite you to get hands-on with a property-scale land restoration project. We’ll hear from our host about how they designed their project to be achievable, economical and effective. We’ll share a meal, take part in construction and enjoy ourselves while gaining practical skills.   

    This is stage 3 of the Communities of Practice Project, where landholders receive expert mentoring to implement a drought resilience project using natural infrastructure and farm system solutions. 

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    This Communities of Practice Project supports the adoption of natural infrastructure and farming system solutions. Bootcamp is Stage 1 with a Mentoring Program and Project Day (Stages 2 &3) coming mid-2024. This is a heavily subsidised grant-funded program worth $5,000 per person!

    About us:

    Mulloon Institute is a leading research and education organisation helping to build resilient regional communities by supporting the long-term, sustainable growth of Australian agriculture.


    Peter Hazell, Principal Landscape Planner and Erin Healy, Landscape Planner & Environmental Engineer.

    This heavily subsidised event is hosted by GWYMAC Landcare and received funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.

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