SOIL HEALTH WORKSHOP: North Burnett landowners have the opportunity to learn about improving soil health on their farms at an upcoming workshop.
SOIL HEALTH WORKSHOP: North Burnett landowners have the opportunity to learn about improving soil health on their farms at an upcoming workshop. Contributed

Learn about soil health on Landcare field trip

CENTRAL Burnett Landcare has organised a workshop and field trip on Wednesday, October 9.

Project officer Marion Denholm said the trip was open to everyone who was interested in learning about improving soil health and making their farm more profitable and productive.

"We will be hearing from Tim O'Dea and Damien Moloney and also Anton Thorburn from Mundubbera Composting and Prue Barwick of Gallagher Fencing,” Ms Denholm said.

"We will then be going out to inspect both properties, to see their condition at the beginning of the project.”

Further details about the trip can be found on the Central Burnett Landcare Facebook page.

You can also email Ms Denholm at cblandcareproj ects@gmail.com or call Ruth Vicary on 0427 654 453.


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