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Published Friday 8 November 2019
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Register now for Land Management Forum

Some of the region’s best land management minds will be able to assist Mitchell Shire Council residents on animal and pest control, protecting waterways, weed identification and land management plans at the 2019 Land Management Forum.

The free event – being held in conjunction with Hume City Council and City of Whittlesea – aims to help inspire people to learn and share information while expanding networks.

Presentations will be given on:

  • rabbit and pest animal control
  • protecting waterways and increasing biodiversity on your property and in your garden
  • developing a land management plan for your property
  • weed identification and integrated control

People who express an interest in land management will receive a laminated aerial photo of their property to assist in developing an individual property management plan.

Euroa Arboretum’s Cath Olive will present to participants about how a land management plan can benefit property, while Chilean Needle Grass Guru Charles Gretch will offer a hygiene demonstration. The Gecko cLan Network will share their learnings from a community rabbit control program the Granite Creek Project, Euroa.

The Land Management Forum will be held at Greater Beveridge Community Centre on Saturday 16 November from 9.45am to 3pm.

For more information, please call (03) 9217 2042 or email

Quotes attributable to Mitchell Shire Mayor Councillor Bill Chisholm

“Land management is a key component for residents in Mitchell Shire as we are a peri-urban council region. A large number of people own land and combat weeds, pests and a number of other challenges,” he said.

“I am a farmer myself so to see land management forums come to our area and assist is something I am very excited to see. Gaining a different perspective on how people manage land can be rewarding for anyone who is tasked with land management.”

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