Trees in Grazing Systems – Field day
RCS Field Days are an opportunity for like-minded people to gather on a property to discuss topics relevant to that region and see firsthand how RCS principles are being applied in similar land types and production systems. We encourage you to invite neighbours, staff, family and friends as everyone is welcome.
This free field day is an education and demonstration day at Moora Plains, Gogango to demonstrate long term benefits of trees in grazing systems, including biodiversity and soil carbon.
Hear from landholders Andrew and Meagan Lawrie on their experience regenerating native trees in their grazing operation at Moora Plains, Gogango. See what results they have achieved increasing productivity and the co-benefits they are finding from their balanced landscape with native trees.
- The role of trees in landscape and benefits to production systems
- How to manage a healthy balance between grass and trees
- Co-benefits of restoring biodiversity
9:00am Introduction to trees in grazing and property story by the host
10:30am Smoko (provided)
11:00am Guest speaker Steve Elson, Botanical Adviser – native tree selection for balanced landscapes
11:45am Facilitated discussion
12:30pm Lunch (provided)
1:15pm Property tour and discussion
4:30pm Q&A Wrap up and finish
HOSTS: Andrew and Meagan Lawrie
BYO: Chair and water
REGISTER: By Thursday 18th May 2023 (for catering purposes)
If you would like to attend and are not sure if your name is on the RSVP list, please contact the RCS office on 1800 356 004 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This initiative is delivered through Queensland Government’s Natural Resources Recovery Program with support from Fitzroy Basin Association and RCS.
If you want to know more about this event, please contact us, and we will be happy to help.