The Monaro Landscape Connectivity project team wants to work with land managers, particularly those in the Adaminaby region, to improve the condition, extent and connectivity of native vegetation, especially if they have Snow Gum trees.
Interested land managers are invited to attend a free workshop on the Stewartfield Road, Adaminaby on Friday November 9.
The workshop will provide land managers with advice on how to improve the condition, extent and connectivity of native vegetation on their properties. Each person at the workshop will be provided with an aerial photograph of their property, to show the location of native vegetation in their area and help plan on-ground works.
Participants will also learn about Traditional (Indigenous) land management principles and there will be opportunities to apply these practices at sites on individual properties.
This project is being delivered in partnership between the Kosciuszko to Coast Partnership, Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc and the Murrumbidgee Catchment Management Authority, with funding from the federal government's Caring for Our Country program.
To register for the workshop, or receive further information about the project, contact Felicity Collins (Murrumbidgee CMA): 64 524 150, or email@example.com.