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Webinar 02: Regenerative Farming through Group Adoption

Join Loddon Plains Landcare Network and guests for: Webinar 02: Regenerative Farming through Group Adoption on Wednesday 3rd March from 11am until 1pm as part of the LPLN’s Sustainable Agriculture, Sustainable Landscapes Series. In this event, Jade, Natalie and Ross will talk through the processes to adopt and support community lead regenerative and sustainable farming …

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Notice of LPLN Annual General Meeting

On behalf of the LPLN Committee of Management, LPLN invites members and supporters to its 2020 Loddon Plains Landcare Network AGM, Friday 19th February, 2021 from 6.30pm at Serpentine Memorial Hall (Janiember Park). RSVP’s can be sent by the 8th of February to the Secretary using the details below;PO Box 197 Wedderburn Vic 3518 Ph: 0432 456 872 Email: correspondence.lpln@gmail.com As …

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Expressions of Interest: CERT III AgCLM – Inglewood 2021

Hello Friends, LPLN is entering into an exciting prospect, putting a call out to potential students interested in a Certificate III in Ag Conservation and Land Management in Inglewood this year. This course, based in Inglewood, will deliver a Certificate III in Agriculture with emphasis placed on Sustainable Agriculture and biodiversity outcomes (CLM and natural …

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New LPLN Sustainable Agriculture Facebook group

Got an interest in Sustainable and Regenerative Agriculture? LPLN’s Sustainable Agriculture Group is the first step in the Network’s Sustainable Agriculture Strategy. Loddon Plains Landcare Network is committed to the development and awareness of sustainable and regenerative agriculture for improved enterprise and landscape function across the Loddon Plains. This group serves as a forum for …

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Webinar: Ecological significance of the Kerang Ramsar wetland complex

Join us on the 29th of June from 7pm for a second webinar with recognised wetland ecologist Damien Cook talking about the ecology of the Kerang Ramsar wetland complex. Damien is the Co-director and Senior Ecologist at Rakali Ecological Consulting and a leading expert in wetland, riparian and terrestrial ecology, particularly in the factors affecting …

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LPLN REGENERATIVE READS 8 – Friday 24th April

Dark Emu, by Bruce Pascoe A wonderfully thought-provoking journey into indigenous farming and social structure based around the existence of agriculture, farming and social village-style living in pre-1788 Indigenous Australian culture. In Dark Emu, Bruce Pascoe challenges the fundamental conception that Australia’s Traditional Owners lived solely as hunter-gatherers and instead produces a compelling argument that …

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LPLN REGENERATIVE READS 7 – Wednesday 22nd April

Australian Native Plants, by John Wrigley & Murray Fagg A great book to have on hand for designing, managing and maintaining a native plant garden or selecting plants for particular areas and landscapes. Breaking down into different types of environments i.e rockeries, groundcovers, shrubs and trees. This book contains really good information for plant selection, …

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LPLN REGENERATIVE READS 6 – Friday 17th April

Indigenous Plants of Bendigo, A gardeners guide to growing and protecting local plants Though this is focused on Bendigo and not the Loddon Plains, this guide is a ripper in the garden or in the field. It has great information for identifying and growing different species, and the thing I love about it is that …

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