The Grit Issue 2 | Page 2

Collinsville washdown facility ready next month HE region’s first community T washdown facility is expected to open in Collinsville next month. Work has started, and the facility, a partnership between the LDC project and the Whitsunday Regional Council, should be finished next month. Think about on-ground works HE LDC project is T partnering with graziers and landholders to implement a wide variety of on-ground works aimed at reducing sediment from the BBB catchment area. They include contour ripping, pasture rejuvenation, soil conservation work including gully rehabilitation and landscape rehydration, riparian fencing, water distribution and paddock sub-division. Discuss your ideas with a member of the LDC team. Training choice is yours RAZIERS in the G BBB have a golden opportunity to take advantage of unprecedented training opportunities. And all you have L to do is ask. From bull selection to property mapping, and MLA Edge courses, contact the LDC team for details. ANDHOLDERS Driving Change is a Burdekin Major Integrated Project funded by the Queensland Government through the Queensland Reef Water Quality Program. P2 | Grit Issue 2, June, 2018