The Grit Issue 3 - Page 5

THE grit Attend the Beef Up Forum at Spyglass he LDC project will cover the admission T fee and overnight accommodation for BBB landholders who attend the Beef Up Forum at Spyglass Research Station on Friday, 7 September 2018. This forum is an excellent opportunity for graziers to hear quality speakers talk about genetics for improved reproductive performance and profit. Landscape Rehydration workshop a must HIS workshop is a must to attend. Learn T about Natural Sequence Farming, soil rehydration and erosion control in grazing landscapes at the Designing Landscape Rehydration workshop at the Collinsville rodeo ground on Wednesday 22 August, 8am - 4pm. This will be followed by an inspection of completed work at Sonoma Station. Members of the Landholders Driving Change Panel l Bob Harris, Agforce Member; l Buster O’Loughlin, Exevale Station; l Garlone Moulin, Mt Pleasant Station; l Tom Murphy, Tabletop Station; l Jessie Gooding, Mt Aberdeen Station; l Bristow Hughes, Strathalbyn Station; l Jane Waterhouse, Principal Scientist; l Christian Roth, Technical Science representative; l Brigid Nelson, DAF representative; l Andrew Willcox, Whitsunday Regional Council; l Meghan Blackburn, Office of Great Barrier Reef; l Dr Scott Crawford, NQ Dry Tropics. The LDC project also benefits from collaboration with the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF), CSIRO, JCU, TropWATER and Glencore. L ANDHOLDERS Driving Change is a Burdekin Major Integrated Project funded by the Queensland Government through the Queensland Reef Water Quality Program. Grit, Issue 3, August, 2018 | P5