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Victorian Serrated Tussock Working Party News
Find out all the latest news concerning the Victorian Serrated Tussock Working Party including upcoming meetings, workshops and more.
Wednesday 17 November 2021 Face to face and live-streamed event What are the emerging industry innovations (beef, lamb, wine, vegetables, trees and water)? What are the opportunities for Mornington Peninsula farmers? Whilst agriculture is a key source of greenhouse gas emissions, farms also have significant potential to capture and store carbon from the atmosphere in... Read more
We’re reaching out to you as a very exciting “Computer Vision Weeds ID App and WeedScan Community Management and Communication System” project is underway. More information on the project can be found here: https://invasives.com.au/research/computer-vision-weeds-id-app-and-weedscan-community-management-and-communication-system/ One of the project leads Centre for Invasive Species Solutions (CISS – https://invasives.com.au/) is looking for good quality weed photos for the development of... Read more
We really enjoyed this article, courtesy of the Mirage News site. The Victorian Government is continuing its support for regional and rural councils to prevent the spread of invasive plants and animals across the state. Acting Minister for Local Government Mary-Anne Thomas today announced a further $11.5 million in funding over the next four years... Read more
The final grant round of the National Landcare Program – Smart Farms Small Grants: Soil Extension Activities, is now open with applications closing on 12 October 2021. Grants are available for between $100,000 to $250,000 per activity and are available to fund projects that help improve the protection, resilience and productive capacity of our soils. Applicants... Read more
Landcare Victoria Inc. welcomes the Victorian Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio’s announcement that the Victorian Government will provide funding of $13 million to help support 80 part time landcare facilitators over the next three years under the State’s Victorian Landcare Facilitator Program. Eighty facilitators support around 650 Landcare and environmental volunteering groups and networks across the... Read more
The NSW Department of Primary Industries will receive $930,355 of Federal Government funding for two projects to boost the management of established weeds. Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud said the projects would help farmers safeguard agricultural production against established weeds, help protect the environment and conserve natural resources. “Effective weed management starts with stopping weeds... Read more
Minister Littleproud has announced the Future Drought Fund – Drought Resilience Innovation Grants are now open. The Australian Government is inviting Expression of Interest applications via an open competitive process for grants under the Future Drought Fund – Drought Resilience Innovation Expression of Interest (EOI) and Grants Program from 29 July 2021 to 8 September 2021. 3 grant... Read more
Green thumbs are invited to roll up their sleeves and help plant 4,000 native plants in Bacchus Marsh at the 15th annual Grow West Community The Grow West Community Planting Day 2021 has been rescheduled to Saturday 24th July at Kel Shields Flora Reserve, Bacchus Marsh St, Maddingley. The day will run a bit differently... Read more
Due to continuing impacts in many areas of the state from power outages, flooding and storm damage, the closing date for the 2021 Victorian Landcare Grants and 2021 Group Health Survey is extended to 5pm Monday 21 June. The Victorian Government is providing $2.55 million funding for project and support grants across the state. Project... Read more
A film promoting more water flows for the Moorabool River will have its world premiere in Ballarat at the end of June. There will be another launch in Geelong during early July. Serrated tussock has been an issue along the mighty Moorabool River for years, with some great treatment programs occuring more recently. The River... Read more