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Mudgee Guardian

Surfing scientist to make a splash

Pubished 8 August 2014.

Watershed Landcare are very pleased to announce that we have managed to secure the services of Ruben Meerman (aka the Surfing Scientist) as our keynote speaker at this year's Green Day and he’s set to make waves...

Interpreting your soil

Published 1 August 2014.

Have you ever had a soil test done, received the results back and wondered what it all meant?...

Green Day 2014 is growing near

Published 25 July 2014.

Green Day is turning 6 this year and once again is gearing up to have a jam-packed program...

Mudgee landholders develop soil RASH

Published 18 July 2014.

There is a strong, common thread developing in the “Get In Touch With Your Roots” workshop series, and no it is not the inevitable cold wind, but rather the overwhelmingly positive feedback from the participants!...

Using fire to manage the landscape

Published 11 July 2014.

The Australian continent has had a long history with fire. Evidence suggests that habitats have changed markedly since pre-European times, and that many plants and animals have been disadvantaged by these changes. Altered burning regimes have also lead to the incidence of higher intensity wildfires...

Healthy soils, healthy farms and Field Days lectures

Published 4 July 2014.

The Mudgee Small Farm Field Days are almost upon us. This year's field days will be on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 July at the Australian Rural Education Centre...

Seminar to help you prepare for the next s@#% season

Published 27 June 2014.

Bureau of Meterology predictions indicate climate patterns are on track for an El Nino event to develop by the end of the year. Are you ready?...

Getting the Lowe down on soils

Published 20 June 2014.

Do you want to know how to improve the fertility, structure and nutrient balance in the soil on your farm, vineyard or in your garden? Do you want to do all that while eating delicious local produce in a stunning, award winning venue?...

Workshop to help you keep salinity at bay

Published 13 June 2014.

The movement of salt in the landscape is a natural process but disruption of the hydrological balance can lead to increasing salinity, one of the most significant environmental problems facing Australia...

Get in touch with your roots

Published 6 June 2014.

Local landholders interested in soil health and fertility are set to benefit from a $20 000 grant to support a series of on-farm soil health workshops to be run by Watershed Landcare...