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Fred O'Donnell Dec 6
Here is a shout out for the good work being done by a local Land Care group. Tree planting and cleaning up the banks of the Barongarook Creek. Planting native trees and plants to preserve the creek bank. Eastern Great Egret (Ardea modesta)
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Lisette Mill Dec 5
Aaron's first crack at clipping the Westonfence droppers in place. Once set you can only move them a few mm. That's it. No more tying every wire to every dropper. Just 2 each. invest over 10% of profits into R&D to get this kind of tech into your hands.
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Lisette Mill Dec 4
Replying to @basalttobay
so that the planting next autumn does better. He & John from Ballarat have between them have stood in the community & jumped on haters, backed to so many people I will never know the extent of their good-will, & turned up to every event I have ever asked them to..
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Lisette Mill Dec 5
Hellooo Friday. Got to be on site by 7am.
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Lisette Mill Dec 5
Suzanne is Marketing & Communications Coordinator . We've plonked her into a gorgeous, chilly, wet St Helens morning to film the new sponsored Westonfence to make this predator & roo proof. Thanks to Gallaghers for your support of helping farmers innovate.
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Willow A Dec 4
A big thank you to around the country, the dogwalkers, the picker-uppers, the the the the staff the planters the the teaching our youngsters culture... everyone.
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Holbrook Landcare Dec 5
Not sure what your farm emissions might look like? Go to and click on case studies. Modelling of local enterprises with key message - plant trees and be neutral! 30 years of and some farms are already there!
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Lisette Mill Dec 4
remembering the direct seeding of a new opposite the now Factory at in 2013. The soil smelt sweet during the ploughing Now its got cover of biodiverse trees & shrubs to show farms why this method works.
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Lisette Mill Nov 28
Fascinating trip with James. Camera is set in a natural seep that's fenced off. Low growing herbs & sedges so it will show up ground forage birds, reptiles & unknowns. This is also . Helping a farm mgr show his investors why to invest in biodiversity & shelterbelts.
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Lisette Mill Dec 3
This is also Taking topo map grid refs given by a research partner & converting to Google Earth so I can visit these spots in our project site & repeat & share data collected over the longer term. Research costs $$$. We build more data after the research $ is spent.
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Katanning Eco-House Dec 2
I'm heading to Lake Grace next week! Join me for a full Low Living workshop at 1pm, or come and talk rubbish with me at the Harvest Festival (I'll be at the Katanning stall). .
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Lisette Mill Dec 4
Replying to @basalttobay
theyve treated weeds, picked up wire & allowed us to access through their farm for years. So for I'd like to say thanks to Colin & John, both farmers and both in their own lively and irrepressible ways -making being here for WONDERFUL.
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Lisette Mill Dec 1
This is also , offering to assist program design. "Sustaining the Future of Australian Farming" is a 4 year $34 million package including Agriculture Biodiversity Stewardship Program & Australian Farm Biodiversity Certification Program. Announced in March.
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Lisette Mill Dec 5
Girard teaching Aaron's crew how to tie the star picket to dropper spots using tool. 2 clips only with in between droppers clipped same way. Fast, immovable. No barb needed. Only end post wire electric insulators required. Simple.
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Lisette Mill Dec 5
Dear santa.... Ive been super good all year 🤫🤫 Nice & noice😎 Charming🤪 Scarily calm😳 Pretty please, I hear Minnesota is lovely🤣
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Oyster Harbour Catchment Group Inc Dec 3
Really looking forward to watching this. So proud of local for create this and the 500 odd people that came to watch
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Lisette Mill Dec 1
Wait for it...... when you've filled your crop with something big & the drink wont go down so well until you throw it up... how we found out the wild Currawong likes to steal immature green apples.
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Edwina Hayes Dec 4
Replying to @Jusakstud
love for this handy piece of work
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Lisette Mill Dec 3
Good grief. Am I weird to be this parochial about the industry I'm in even tho a lot of the time it doesn't visibly give a rats about my work? I thought I should check to see what comes up in in gifs. I keep getting told that others have got this. No they dont. 😡
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Lisette Mill Nov 28
Why supporting to work with farmers to ID what they ALREADY protect on smart farms is A GOOD INVESTMENT. Todays little native rush: 1. No official records of it in a 30km2 radius of this location. EVER. 2. Its a salinity indicator in the seep site.
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