Get-together for Landholders on May 8

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Soil science can be fun and interesting! Come along to the Innovative Grazing Network, Neighbours Unite, on 8 May for a get-together of extension staff, community groups, and landholders from neighbouring NRM regions.

If you are wondering how drones can assist you, wonder no more as Whitsunday Regional Council will demonstrate how drones can help in both mapping and treating weeds.

Reef Catchments and NQ Dry Tropics are collaborating with this free day to help landholders and community groups to build their knowledge of soil health and innovative technologies.

Agronomy expert, David Hardwick, will be on hand to talk about assessment of soils and the importance of multi-species pastures.

This event is proudly supported by Reef Catchments through funding from the Australian Government National Landcare Programme, and with support from event partners NQ Dry Tropics.