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Welcome to the Growing Southern Gippsland website. 

This website is currently in development. We anticipate that Growing Southern Gippsland website will become live in April 2020. In the meantime this web page has been developed to include some basic information to keep you up to date on the projects progress. This includes project video updates, a calendar of events, project partner website links, social media links and a register your interest web form. We encourage you to register your interest and visit us again in April 2020 when the full website becomes live.

 

Watch our project video below:

GROWING SOUTHERN GIPPSLAND- THE WHY? from Bass Coast Landcare Network on Vimeo.

 

Calendar of Events

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Events in November 2019

Thursday 28th | ‘Becoming a Carbon Cocky- Carbon Farming in a Changing Climate’.

HOLD THE DATE.

NOVEMBER 28th 2019.

The Growing Southern Gippsland project will be hosting a field day on November 28th at Prom Country Cheese. 

The topic of the field day is:

‘Becoming a Carbon Cocky- Carbon Farming in a Changing Climate’.

Details of this field day are still being developed and once finalised will be circulated widely via the Bass Coast Landcare Networks ENEWS,  Facebook page, website and through email circulation.

For further information please email joel.geoghegan@basscoastlandcare.org.au

Location: Prom Country Cheese- 275 Andersons Inlet Rd, Moyarra / Bena, Victoria, Australia 3951
Contact: Joel Geoghegan | Phone: 0409 705 652

 

Our project collaboration partners:
 

Bass Coast Landcare Network

 





RMIT University

 

Federation University Australia

 

Bass Coast Shire Council

 

South Gippsland Landcare Network

 

Victorian State Government and the Victorian Centre for Climate Change Innovation

 

This project is a collaboration between the Bass Coast Landcare Network, RMIT University, Federation University Australia, Bass Coast Shire Council and the South Gippsland Landcare Network through funding from the Victorian State Government and the Victorian Centre for Climate Change Innovation.

 

 

Bass Coast Landcare Network Facebook feed
 

 

 

 

Register Your Interest

 

Select from the list of 'topics of interest' below relating to sustainable agriculture and agriculture adaptation to climate change those that are of interest to you:

Climate change
Water management
Soil health
Biosecurity
Transport
Waste
Pests and weeds
Energy
Markets
Peer to peer learning
Digital technology
Enterprise planning
Carbon farming
Agroforestry
Biodiversity
Soil Carbon sequestration
Carbon accounting
Other

 

 

 
 







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