Trees in Grazing Systems Webinar – Part 2
RCS is pleased to present a two-part webinar series on behalf of Fitzroy Basin Association regarding landscape ecology and the important functions native trees provide to promote stable and resilient landscapes in the Fitzroy region.
Date: 23rd June 2021
Time: 12pm AEST
Presenters: George Stacey, Rowan Reid and Henry Hinds
Part two of the series will be delivered from the perspective of a local grazier. Aside from his part-time coaching and teaching for RCS, Henry Hinds also manages a grazing business on Dukes Plains in the CQ region which has been the subject of various studies looking at the benefit of trees in grazing systems. Topics for this session will include:
- Answering questions that arose from the previous webinar
- The role of grazing in the management of trees in the landscape
- Returns generated under differing levels of canopy cover
- Q and A panel consisting of Henry Hinds, Rowan Reid and George Stacey
How to Register
Click the following link and enter your details. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This project is supported by Fitzroy Basin Association through funding from the Queensland Government.