Direct Seeding Solutions for Your Farm - Getting More for Less
Let’s not beat around the bush – scrub is good grub!
Learn how direct seeding of native feed and fodder species, fencing and appropriate grazing management can create a landscape of abundance and enhance the natural and financial values of your property.
Salt bush, wattles, native grasses - these plants not only cope best with tough soil and climatic conditions, they provide highly palatable feed for
your farm animals.
Book your place now in this FREE community workshop to learn how to grow and manage native feed species on your farm! Lunch provided.
Location: Martindale Hall, followed by a field trip to Springdale Farm for direct seeding demonstration (transportation to Springdale farm is provided) with ANPC Project Manager Martin Driver.
Spaces are limited. To find out more about the workshop and to reserve your place, please contact:
Ashley Bacales | NRM Project Coordinator
Hunter Joint Organisation
P: (02) 4978 4028 | Email
Direct seeding demonstration. (Photo: Martin Driver)
This workshop is being held by the Hunter Joint Organisation, funded by the NSW Environmental Trust as part of the 9 Valleys Wildlife Corridor Project and a Lead Environmental Community Group grant, in association with the ANPC, Landcare and Hunter Local Land Services.
Supported by the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust