236 Pine Rd corner Pine and Creamery Rd
Penguin , TAS 7316
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In this free training event you will learn how to plan and establish native vegetation on farmland or your backyard. The workshop will provide all the knowledge to do successful projects on your own from start to finish. Whether you want to establish long shelterbelts, control erosion, or revegetate a gully, you will learn how to select plants, prepare the ground and maintain your plants. We will finish the event with a provided barbecue lunch.
Admission: Free for Landcare Tasmania members. Check if your group is a Landcare Member Group here. If you are not an Individual member or part of a Member Group, please consider signing up or get in touch.
What to wear and bring:
- A warm coat and wet weather gear, as the event will be partially in the open
- Boots that can get a bit muddy
- A chair to be more comfortable
About the speaker: Herbert Staubmann of Habitat Plants Nursery has been growing native Tasmanian plants for 30 years. He has extensive experience in working with farmers and other landowners designing plantings for biodiversity, production and other landscape benefits.
This event is part of Landcare Tasmania's Northern Slopes Landscape Restoration Project, funded through the Tasmanian Government's Landcare Action Grants.
Part of Landcare Tasmania's 2022 Outreach Program.