The Grit Issue 2 - Page 3

THE grit Borrow a laser level HE LDC project now has a state- T of-the-art laser level to help landholders plan and design surface water management structures. Managing the flow of water is integral to minimising erosion and enhancing grazing land management and the laser level will help achieve that. Gotta love The DIRT quarter we will E and VERY showcase the achievements progress of the project in The DIRT. It’s a publication you can show off to your friends in the city. The DIRT is already proving popular. Since its launch in the middle of April 791 people have viewed the publication. Make a cup of tea, turn up the volume on your computer, click on the front cover and enjoy the read. Five activity areas in the LDC project HERE are five activity T areas in the Landholders Driving Change Project: BBB Grazier Support, Landscape Remediation, Influencing Other Land Managers, Exploring New Incentives, and Policy Engagement. LANDHOLDERS DRIVING CHANGE BURDEKIN MAJOR INTEGRATED PROJECT Grit, Issue 2, June, 2018 | P3