eNews 15 June 2018

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In this issue:


The NSW Drought Package in More Detail


What are the current conditions facing NSW farmers, their families and rural communities? 

Drought has been a constant and inevitable feature of the NSW landscape. Approximately half the state is in drought or conditions fast approaching drought. Some of the worst hit areas are the Hunter, Central Tablelands, Central West and in the Far West of the state.

Producers are now at a critical decision point, they need to either get winter sowing underway in earnest or choose when to de-stock and by how much. Pastures are greatly diminished, soil moisture is low and agronomic conditions in general are poor.

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Women's Heart Health Workshop at Kentucky

Get a group together and come along to the Women's Heart Health information session in KENTUCKY on 19th June. HealthWISE Registered Nurse Fiona Robertson, will present information about women and heart disease, Preeclampsia and prevention. Light lunch included. Download the flier for more information and RSVP details.

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Ladies in Livestock - Armidale

On 21 June Guyra and Walcha Ladies and Livestock groups will combine at Armidale. Exciting guest speakers from Auctions Plus and Meat and Livestock Australia. To book go to www.stickytickets.com.au/67468 or for further information contact Georgie Oakes 0429 310 264.

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A Conversation with Dr Jacky Williams

Do you know what sustainable agriculture means? Do you know what international obligations have been signed by our government? Do you know how this could impact on your farm? Do you want to know what to do to help you meet anticipated future requirements?

If you answered “Not Really” or “No”, then join this conversation!

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Prickly Problems Project Launch

PricklyProblemsPartyArmidale Urban Rivercare invite one and all to celebrate the conclusion of the Prickly Problems Project where the group has achieved greatness in removing a forest of the invasive plant Rubinia.

Come together with the Armidale Urban Rivercare Group to celebrate past, present and future successes rehabiliating Armidale's Dumaresq Creek.

Brunch will be provided with talks from founding member Bruce Whan and the official opening of the site by Armidale Regional Council Mayor, Cr Simon Murray. More event details at https://snelandcare.org.au/event/ppp-party

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Carbon Science Carbon Culture Workshop

A fascinating workshop to gain a fresh perspective on carbon is being held at The Carbon Farm near Bingara on Sunday 24th June. Download the flier here

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Upland Wetlands Workshop

Take a fresh look at these often misunderstood ecosystems and how land use practice determines their recoverability and persistence in our landscape. This workshop is being hosted by Northern Tablelands Local Land Services in Armidale on 31st July. Download the flier for details.

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Norman Wettenhall Foundation Small Environment Grants

A new round is opening on 19th June. These grants provide support for people undertaking projects that will make a positive difference to the natural living environment, in land, sea or air, rural or urban. Grants are usually under $10,000. Universities and academics can only apply for up to $5,000. The Foundation is looking for projects around:

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