Copping, TAS 7174
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Join us for another great workshop about dung beetles!
Dung beetles do wonderful things for soil and pasture health, reducing parasite numbers, preventing nutrient runoff, and more. Over some nibbles and drinks, Tasmanian dung beetle expert Andrew Doube will speak about these amazing invertebrates and their role in the landscape. The workshop is being hosted by Iain and Kate Field from the lovely Leap Farm in Copping. It is a family friendly event.
The event will be outdoors in the evening, so please come prepared for the cold and dark. We strongly suggest bringing:
Admission to the workshop is $10 per adult. Children are free of charge, but as we have limited numbers for this event, please select the appropriate ticket bundle below, or contact us directly, to make sure each child and adult has a ticket.
This workshop is a part of Landcare Tasmania’s South East Restoration Project, and is supported by the Tasmanian Government’s Landcare Action Grants and Bream Creek Vineyard.