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Rural management information session in Romsey

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Grace Frost
Grace Frost
Hi, I'm Grace Frost. I was honoured to report for the Review as their Digital Journalist from mid-2022 to the beginning of 2024. Ive since made a move to the Herald Sun.

A LAND management information session at Romsey on October 7 to help new absentee and small acreage landowners manage rural properties.

Organised by the Upper Deep Creek Landcare Network, in partnership with Macedon Ranges Shire Council, the session is an introduction to land management, with multiple speakers who will cover a range of topics including livestock management, fencing, waterway management and other related areas.

At the end of the session, the presenters will have a panel discussion.

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The information session aims to ensure that land management issues become a core consideration when planning and making decision about a rural property.

John Robinson, from the Upper Deep Creek Landcare Network, said the session would be a great learning opportunity for anyone wanting to know more about managing rural land.

“Whether you are a new rural landholder or have had a hobby farm for a while, the information session will provide lots of useful and practical land management advice,” he said.

The information session is from 9.30am until 1pm on October 7 at Romsey Community Hub, located 96-100 Main Street.

A light lunch will be provided.

People need to register by October 2 at www.eventbrite.com/e/land-management-info-session-for-new-absentee-small-acreage-landholders-tickets.

For more information, contact the Landcare facilitator at Upper Deep Creek Landcare Network by emailing udc.landcare.facilitator@gmail.com.

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