Australian Farmer Climate Survey
Farmers For Climate Action have launched a survey about farmers’ level of concern about damage to our climate, how they are responding to impacts like changing rainfall patterns and more extreme weather, and views on solutions like renewable energy.
Farmers who do the survey go in the running to win a Beam Energy & Flex solar system and battery solar storage from Enphase worth $15,000.
Here is the link to the survey - http://surveymonkey.net/r/farmers_survey
Help us help you! - survey capturing your youth engagement needs
Intrepid Landcare is currently working with NSW Office of Environment and Heritage to develop some resources which will assist communities to engage young people in Landcare and local environmental initiatives.
As part of the development of these resources, Intrepid Landcare wish to carry out some research capturing the needs and wants of communities. This is where your help is needed.
Please complete this survey by the 28th of October. Your feedback is really important and appreciated.
Please share the survey with others in your network.
We recognise this is a short turn around, but the quicker we get this info, the quicker we can get cracking on some awesome resources to help communities.
- Upcoming Events
NovWatershed Landcare have invited Agricultural Consultant and Journalist, Robert Freebairn to be our guest speaker on the day. Discussion topics will include ground cover, various pasture types, the logic for each, establishment, management, soil quality and other relevant aspects. Native pastures will be included as well as the role of tropical, annual legumes, Lucerne and winter forage crops.Where: 'Maidavale', 978 Castlereagh HighwayWhen: Nov 03, 2016
NovA one stop shop information day for landholders to learn about priority environmental issues relevant to the farm and lifestyle block, and some practical options and incentives for management. Attend individual workshop sessions or all three.Where: Burra Community HallWhen: Nov 03, 2016from 10:00 AM to 03:00 PM
NovBredbo Community AGM & spring walk down to Two Rivers Wattle Park Drive & BBQWhere: Bredbo HallWhen: Nov 12, 2016from 10:00 AM to 01:30 PM
NovProfessor Andy Baker from UNSW Australia will present the STEP lecture where he will explain how cave stalagmites can tell us about past and present climate. Formed from water dripping into the cave, they contain chemical records of the surface rainfall, and its interactions with the soil and rock.Where: St Andrews Uniting Church, Chisholm St, South Turramurra, NSW 2074When: Nov 15, 2016from 08:00 PM to 10:00 PM
JunShoalhaven Landcare displays our events on our Landcare webpage at: http://www.shoalhavenlandcare.org.au/calendar.htmlWhen: Jun 29, 2025from 02:55 AM