Our recorded workshops are available to help you learn when and where suits you.
Click on the below links to learn more.
Production, persistence and diversity in native pastures
Senior research scientist and pasture agronomist, Meredith Mitchell, presents on production, persistence and diversity in native pastures.
Meredith has more than 25 years' experience in researching pastures and grazing management systems, and has collaborated with agricultural scientists from across Australia.
Grazing management principles for a healthy diverse grassy woodland
Jacqui Stol is a Senior Experimental Scientist in the CSIRO’s Biodiversity, Ecosystem Knowledge and Services Program.
Jacqui’s presentation will look at grassy ground layers, and grazing and management principles for a healthy and diverse woodland.
Serrated tussock herbicide resistance - prevention, management and way forward
Tony Cook (NSW DPI) gives an informative session on herbicide resistance and implications in serrated tussock management
Serrated tussock - a producer's perspective
Euchareena landholder Peter Wykes talks on practical control of serrated tussock.
Serrated tussock - a spraying demonstration
Whole farm management strategies for serrated tussock
Warwick Badgery (NSW Department of Primary Industries) covers considerations for whole farm management of serrated tussock.
Environmental impacts of serrated tussock management
Aaron Simmons (NSW DPI) explores the environmental impacts of serrated tussock management.
How to get the best from your farm dam
Hear from Alison Elvin – farmer, rural educator and director at NaturalCapital Pty Ltd.
She has been showing farmers how to implement simple and practical measures to improve water quality for productivity and biodiversity.