10 August (Barham NSW) Farm Business Management Essentials This popular workshop looks at how you can get the most from the information provided in your Tax Returns and learn measures to assess farm business performance. Topics will cover: learning how profit is really measured in a farm business, measuring true equity and understand why it is important and much more! If you simply file your tax return away each year, this is a MUST ATTEND Masterclass for you!
15th August (Swan Hill VIC) Women Empowering Women "Little girls with dreams become women with vision when given the chance." ANZ, the Swan Hill Rural City Council, Chances for Children, and Business and Professional Women are pleased to host Swan Hill's second annual Women Empowering Women event.Speakers at this Small Business Event are: Katherine Bissett (Exercise Physiologist), Maria Noble-Hayes (BPW President), Jess MacDonald (Chances for Children Recipient) & Eden Zanker (AFLW Player)
16-17th August (Deniliquin NSW) Plan2Profit Agri This 2-day course uses the powerful P2PAgri software to help farmers analyse their own farm data to build a financial model of their business and investigate a range of scenarios (‘what ifs’) to improve decision making. Learn how to assess the financial capacity of your farming business, identify what is driving the profit in your business, KPI and bank rations, 'what if' scenarios and know your cost of production.
22nd August (Moulamein NSW) Crop & Connect Workshop The Irrigated Cropping Council will travel around the local region conducting the annual Crop and Connect workshops. Topics will cover water management during dry times, local research updates and other information relevant to the grains industry. 25-29th August 19th Annual Australian Agronomy Conference
28th August (Barham NSW) The Edward-Wakool DVD Launch A special event to launch the Geological History of the Edward Wakool River Systems DVD. For more information, contact John Lolicato on
28th August (Wakool & Deniliquin NSW) Rice Pre-season Meetings Lock this one in your diary as the event you need to attend to hear all the latest rice growing information prior to sowing:
variety premiums, delivery points and production requirements
achieving the best yields with the best agronomy for each variety
information from growers achieving high yields and best quality
5 September (Swan Hill VIC) ChemCert Chemical Accreditation Course AQF3 Chemical Accreditation course (also known as "Chemical Handling Certificate" or "Chemical ticket") focuses on upskilling chemical users on the industry’s best practice methods and national standards. Participants are provided with practical advice covering industry’s updates, local resistance and spraying issues to minimise chemical costs, limit spray drift and improve spraying outcomes.
28 September (Deniliquin NSW) ChemCert Chemical Accreditation Course AQF3 Chemical Accreditation course (also known as "Chemical Handling Certificate" or "Chemical ticket") focuses on upskilling chemical users on the industry’s best practice methods and national standards. Participants are provided with practical advice covering industry’s updates, local resistance and spraying issues to minimise chemical costs, limit spray drift and improve spraying outcomes.
10–12 October (Brisbane QLD) National Landcare Conference and Awards Themed ‘Landcare – Building a Better Tomorrow’, the 2018 National Landcare Conference and Awards is your opportunity to contribute to, engage with, and learn from your community and peers. Held over three exciting days, the event will deliver an engaging program with keynote speakers, informative presentations, social events, and educational field trips within close proximity to Brisbane’s CBD. Recognising the hard work and innovation of the Landcare community, the Landcare Awards gala dinner is a chance to let your hair down and celebrate the achievements of peers with the announcement of the National Landcare category winners and the People’s Choice Award winner. We officially welcome you to join us for what promises to be the leading knowledge-sharing event for the Landcare movement in 2018.
22 November (Koondrook VIC) Rakali Wetland Ecology Course Examine different wetland vegetation zones, the plant types that grow within them and what influences them (hydrology, soil type, water chemistry etc). Observe the same site as it transitions through the hydrological phases of; full, draw-down and drying. Briefly relate how wetland plant ecology links to fauna, wetland connectivity, temporal variability (seasonal and annual) and nutrient cycling.
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