SMALL RURAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT – ONLINE WORKSHOPS
It is estimated there is over 15,000 thousand small rural properties in the Perth Metropolitan Region. If you own a small rural property, you are part of a group of land managers who can play an important role in maintain and improving the health of our natural environment. Your actions can mean the difference between maintaining a healthy, sustainable environment or one that declines over time.
In recognition of the role landholders play in keeping our environment healthy, Perth NRM and the Shire of Mundaring, are presenting a series of free online workshops. The workshops will answer your questions about land management and provide you with practical tips to start implementing on your property straight away! You will also join a group of like-minded people working towards creating a healthy environment for future generations.
You will have the opportunity to ask the presenters questions and share experiences about your own property management.
If you own or lease a small rural property and would like to upskill on soil health, water use, biodiversity management, and fire management then please express your interest to sign up for these online workshops.
Participants may sign up for the whole series (recommended), or individual workshops of interest.
Please email us your expression of interest along with your preferred option from the table below to [email protected] by Monday 7 March:
Further details to come.
|C||Managing Water in the Landscape|
|D||Biodiversity Management 1 – Regenerative Agriculture & Natural Capital Accounting (NCA)|
|E||Biodiversity Management 2 – Practical steps to managing biodiversity, managing plant pathogens, and recording and supporting birds|
|F||Fire Management – Managing risk on your property and Fire Ecology in Native Vegetation|
Location: Online (Zoom)
Tickets: Coming soon
More Info: For further information about the project or the on-line information sessions please contact Bonnie Jupp, RegenWA Program Manager, at [email protected] or Ingrid Sieler, Senior Manager Stakeholder Engagement at [email protected]
This project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government State NRM Program.