ISSUE 5 – OCTOBER, 2018
Inside The Grit this month
l Whoa boy project in full swing
l Opportunities for onground works
l Succession planning... a “must”
l Agronomy/soil workshops
l EOY Dinner - book it in
l RCS Grazing clinic (last chance)
l Suite of training options
l On The Calendar
Scrub up and join a celebration shindig
RAZIERS in the BBB are invited to join the LDC team
at the Pit Pony Hotel, Collinsville on 9 November for a
celebratory dinner. It’s our way of thanking everybody for
supporting the Landholders Driving Change project.
During the event, guests will have the opportunity to meet
members of the Project Panel, and other landholders.
There is also the chance to find out more about the LDC’s
achievements and milestones to date, and what is planned
for next year.
Washdown facility helps combat weeds
HE region’s first community
washdown facility has been
installed in Collinsville to prevent the
spread of weeds.
Designed for 4WDs, it’s at Darby
Munro Park, Davidson Road. LDC,
in partnership with the Whitsunday
Regional Council (WRC) funded the
facility, worth $10,000.
Get on top of pigs
he LDC project will match
landholders’ contributions towards
the cost of the aerial control of feral
pigs in the Whitsunday region.
For every landholder who pays the
$200 contribution to the Whitsunday
Regional Council’s 2018/19 annual
feral animal program, LDC will match
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