Scenic Rim landholders experiencing erosion issues after recent heavy rain can learn ways to manage the issue at free workshops in Canungra and Boonah on March 14 and 15.
The erosion and creek management workshops, hosted by Healthy Land and Water, will guide landholders on the best ways to manage erosion in creeks and gullies, the importance of managing vegetation on creek banks and the way these actions benefit water quality.
Healthy Land and Water Southern Area Manager Dennis Gannaway said the workshops would help any landholder interested in improving production and the overall management of their property.
The three-hour workshop will be held at The Outlook Boonah on March 14 from 9am, and then at the Canungra School of Arts Hall on March 15 from 9am.
Healthy Land and Water is an independent organisation generating science-based knowledge and innovation to deliver on-ground solutions to environmental challenges in South East Queensland. With expertise in environmental research, monitoring, training, evaluation and project delivery, Healthy Land and Water strives to sustain and improve the health of our land and waterways.
Morning tea will be provided.
Workshops are free and can be booked on facebook.com/HealthyLandandWater or phone 0407 001 916.