The Clean Coastal Catchments (CCC) Macadamia Research Update will focus on macadamia orchard nutrient and erosion management.
Key morning presentations at the Ballina Surf Club will include:
Afternoon Farm Walk sessions will feature:
Following morning presentations at the Ballina Surf Club, participants will be bussed to a farm research site at Brooklet to view CCC mulch trials in action and hear from Farm Manager & CCC research partner, Lyndsey Bryen, on the challenges of growing macadamias on steep slopes.
Participants will be returned to the Ballina Surf Club car park by 3.30 pm.
Please advise re special dietary requirements. For more information phone Meg Strang on
02 6391 3595.
The CCC project is funded through the NSW Government’s Marine Estate Management Strategy to help landholders keep sediment and nutrients on farm and out of coastal waterways, while supporting profitable and sustainable agriculture.
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