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The Channon Disaster Resilience Action Group is holding a  ‘Building Resilient Landscapes’ workshop on Saturday 19th of November.

Running from 9.30am-4pm at the Channon Hall, the event aims to support landholders who want to improve their productivity and/or biodiversity but are facing challenges from extreme weather events such as droughts, fires, flooding and landslides.

This is a free event funded by Healthy North Coast.

Channon Gorge
Channon Gorge. Photo David Lowe.

The Channon Resilience Action Group has organised the event to help the community learn strategies to build resilience into their landscapes, to help them maintain and grow productivity in primary production, and have more flourishing and biodiverse gardens.

Topics to be covered include Indigenous knowledge and understanding the importance of Indigenous land-care practices in land management, regeneration, native plants and how they improve landscape resilience, Natural Sequence Farming and its role in landscape hydration and erosion mitigation.

It will also explore permaculture and how it can be used to improve land productivity, biodiversity and resilience.

Bookings are essential, register now to secure a place at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/building-resilient-landscapes-tickets-454652356437.


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