We can provide training, education and eco-tourism programs for schools, community groups, government, business and small groups of visitors.
Our natural resource management training and educational program includes the following topics:
~ Native plant propagation
~ Nursery operations and practice
~ Seed collection
~ Seed sorting and storage
~ Plant recognition and identification
~ Bushland awareness
~ Weed identification and treatment/removal techniques
~ Integrated pest management
~ Planting trees and shrubs
~ Natural area restoration work
~ Native plant family profiles
~ Plant communities of the Lower Hunter
~ Introduction to ecology, biodiversity & sustainability concepts
~ Food production for households and community gardens
~ Water wise gardens and sustainable eco-gardens
We can deliver our training in a flexible manner to suit your organisations needs. Workshop topics are available as notes or as hands on half day workshops. We suggest participants benefit most from a combination of both the information in our manual notes and the practical hands on experience format of our workshops.
Please contact us for further details about workshop availability and workshop bookings.
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