The Grit November 2018

ISSUE 6 – NOVEMBER, 2018 Inside The Grit this month l  Feral pig control l  Succession Planning a”must-do” l  Suite of training opportunities l Agronomy/soil workshops l  Collinsville’s new washdown facility officially opened SPOTLIGHT ON CARBON FARMING Graziers wanted to beef up LDC panel THE Landholders Driving Change project is looking for two more graziers to sit on the LDC project panel. They must live in the Bowen, Broken Bogie (BBB) catchment near Bowen and Collinsville. Nominations are now open and close on Monday 26 November. Join us Under The Stars at Bowen River GRAZIERS in the BBB are invited to join the LDC team at the Bowen River Hotel on Friday 9 November for an end of year social. It’s our way to thank everybody for supporting the LDC project. A fun night is guaranteed. There will be a jumping castle for the kids and a mechanical bull for the big kids. If you haven’t already, email Tanya Magor at tanya.magor@ or phone her on 4799 3509. N FRI O D VE AY M 9 BE R