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Want to learn more about drone technology and how this can be used to improve your farming operation?

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Come along to this practical workshop led by award- winning photographer and drone specialist Fiona Lake.

The day will include:

  • A demonstration of three different drones including a thermal drone
  • Presentation on drone basics, thermography, use of drones to muster and survey crops
  • Practical information such as a checklist, pricelist and information sources

​You will leave the session feeling informed about how you can incorporate this technology on farm and make good purchasing decisions.

About our presenter:

Fiona Lake is a professional photographer, writer and book publisher who specialises in outback and rural photography. She is a fully licensed drone pilot and Founder of Rural Drone Academy. Fiona has spoken at drone conferences around the world as well as run many drone workshops across regional and remote Australia. Fiona is a former local and grew up on a wheat and sheep farm just outside of Barham. She now resides in Townsville, QLD.

This project was funded by the Australian Government under the Murray–Darling Basin Economic Development Program.


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Western Murray Land Improvement Group Inc. (WMLIG) is a non-profit Landcare group based in Barham, NSW. The group was formed in March 2003 by members from the local community , representatives from local government and Landcare and Producer Groups in the west of the Murray Catchment.

We aim to contribute to a viable, capable and adaptable community by promoting sustainable farm and land management practices that deliver improved agricultural productivity, sustainability and ecosystem services.

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