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Planting Methodology - the Theory & the Practice

  • Wednesday, May 24, 2017
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Flaxton
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Revegetating the Range

A Barung Project funded by BMRG through Healthy Habitats funding

Planting Methodology - the Theory & the Practice

                                           with Greg Smyrell

This will be our fourth workshop in the Revegetating the Range series.  It will also be held on "Laughing Waters". Attendance at any or all of the first three workshops is not a pre-requisite to coming along to this one.  While it will build on the sequence established with the series so far, this workshop will include information not covered to date. 

The theory will cover information on planting methods in general, before covering in more detail the reasoning supporting the particular methodology chosen for use on this site.  The practice will be covered as participants will have the opportunity to be guided in planting out a small portion of the recently established revegetation project on the property. 

If you are involved in native plant revegetation on your property, or anywhere else for that matter, this is the workshop for you! 

To be held on 

Wednesday 24th May

9 - 12am in Flaxton

Morning tea will be provided

Please Register online 


or by phone 5494 3151

or email 

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