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21 August 2019
Best practice: avoiding spray drift
Using agricultural chemicals on farms should not be an automatic response to fixing a problem, however, when chemicals are...
10 August 2019
Shelterbelts do recover after fire
On Saturday 3rd August, 35 landholders from the Western Port catchment and Bunyip fire affected area attended a workshop...
15 July 2019
Information forums: Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems?
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Find out from interstate experts Kit Prendergast and Dr Katja Hogendoorn at these special forums
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Bacchus Marsh session
Monday 26th August, 6.30pm-8.30pm, Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley Pollinators...
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Lilydale session
Tuesday 27th August, 1.30pm-3.30pm, Box Hill Institute, Centre for Biosecurity Excellence, Building...
Why are native bees ‘the bees knees’ of Australian ecosystems? Cardinia session
Tuesday 28th August, 9.30am-11.30am Bayles Public Hall, 660 Kooweerup Longwarry Rd, Bayles Pollinators...
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