Protecting lives, homes & business from fire – manage & prepare for fire & wildfire in the Upper Nogoa area
Fire Management Plans protect lives and livelihoods. With the weather becoming more extreme it is important that CQ land managers review and update their fire management plans.
Working with regional experts, you will leave this workshop with a customised property plan, the latest localised information and more confidence in preventing and preparing for bushfires.
Come along to learn…
- How to reduce bushfire threats on your property
- How to balance fire management and productivity
- What fire control methods are best for your property
- How to understand fire – how fire moves and interacts with different climates and vegetation
PLUS get free large-scale maps of your property and support to create your own Fire Management Plan.
Got a question?
This is your chance to chat with representatives from FBA, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services, local government, and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services. Join ecologists, environmental scientists and land management experts.
When – Tuesday 21 April | 9am – 1pm
Where – Bauhinia Memorial Hall | Porphyry & Eclipse Streets, Springsure
Morning tea and lunch is provided. Please bring a water bottle and notepad.
Click here to RSVP by 3 April
For more information contact Catherine Pohlman (FBA’s Project Officer)
0448 412 610 | 07 4999 2820 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is supported by Fitzroy Basin Association through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
Workshops are delivered in partnership with key stakeholders, including the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES), local government and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS).