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The location of the field day is on a property near Monegeetta. The focus of this evening will be how to increase soil moisture by using the contours on your property. This property has also fenced the waterway/riparian zone in a novel way to have the fence more resilient to flood damage. Everyone is welcome to come along and learn from each other and discuss how your property is progressing thru the season. Topics covered at past events have varied from fencing techniques and equipment, tree planting, water infrastructure, animal and breeding choices, weed management and the list continues.
Once registered, the property address will be sent to you prior to the event. Be aware this is an outside event, so make sure you wear appropriate clothing and footwear, and a minor level of fitness and mobility is required.
The Healthy Landscapes: Practical Regenerative Agricultural Communities program aims to raise awareness in the community about sustainable land management practices that improve soil health, reduce exposure to climate risk, enhance biodiversity and increase on-farm productivity.
We offer the following programs about agricultural practices to help you improve your land, soil, water and livestock:
This program is being delivered as a partnership between Macedon Ranges Shire Council (MRSC), Hepburn Shire Council, the City of Greater Bendigo, A Healthy Coliban Catchment project (North Central Catchment Management Authority and Coliban Water), and Melbourne Water