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Conservation and Primary Production Field Day

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Join us on a tour of a 3-decade old riparian restoration and revegetation program at Dingo Bend Angus Stud, where Ross and Elissa manage a 27Ha conservation zone on Dingo Creek alongside a successful Angus Stud.  They will share the story of their land, spanning 3 decades and display the result of 1000's of rainforest plantings along a once degraded and barren creek bed.  Ross and Elissa's journey has included many trials and tribulations, but also much success and triumph in the face of adversity.  Their property is a shining star in the realm of sustainable agriculture, which demonstrates, first hand, the benefits of enhancing biodiversity for primary production and biodiversity conservation.  We will hear from Chris Scott on the complexity of riparian restoration in a weedy catchment, and Peter Beale (LLS) about pasture management and productivity capacity.  

This event is possible thanks to the shared work of the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust and Landcare NSW under the Private Land Conservation Matters project, supported locally by MidCoast Council.


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