Diversity on farm in a changing climate.

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Thank you for registering for our Diversity on farm in a Changing Climate Climate farm walk. We will be focusing on planning and managing for pasture and crop diversity in a changing climate. We will be in touch you prior to the event with Zoom link details. We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event.

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Thank you for registering for our Diversity on farm in a Changing Climate Climate farm walk. We will be focusing on planning and managing for pasture and crop diversity in a changing climate. We will be in touch you prior to the event with Zoom link details. We look forward to seeing you at this exciting event.
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Planning and managing for pasture and crop diversity in a changing climate.

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Are you interested in learning more about diversity on farm in a changing climate? Do you want to look at increasing your pasture and crop diversity as you aim to increase your farms resilience?

• What climate resilient pasture and crop species you should be looking at that will contribute to increased soil organic matter and water holding capacity.

• What actions you should take prior to introducing new pasture and crop species onto your farm.

• What multiple benefits to your farm can you expect from introducing pasture and crop diversity.

This is an event not to be missed.

Guest speakers include Niels Olsen and Chris Alenson.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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Organiser Bass Coast Landcare Network Inc.

Organiser of Diversity on farm in a changing climate.

The Bass Coast Landcare Network (BCLN) was formed in 2003 as an affiliation of the Landcare Groups, enabling them to better position themselves for investment from government, local, state and federal and corporate programs.  Sixty percent of the 1,400 rural properties in the Network area are involved in and supported by the BCLN.

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