Field day at Wooragee

Sunday 19th November


Join Trust for Nature staff for a walk and talk on a private property at Wooragee. The site contains one of the best examples of derived native grassland in north east Victoria.

Learn more about:

- Managing woody encroachment in native grassy ecosystems.
- The importance of disturbance in native grassy ecosystems.
- Plant identification.
- Landholder incentive projects.
- Conservation covenants.

Mick Carey from North East Fuel Reduction will demonstrate, using his Terex rubber tracked machine with mulching attachment to manage wattle encroachment.

The walk will be about 2.5 km. Moderate fitness is required. 

When: Sunday 19th November. 2.00pm - 5.00pm 

RSVP by 15th November

Where: Private property in Wooragee, Victoria

Cost: Free

Afternoon tea is provided.   

Event partners

This event is supported by the North East Catchment Management Authority and the Australian Government through the National Landcare Program.

Spring into Nature with us

Our yearly field day program of conservation events throughout September to November

Each year we hold a series of events around Victoria throughout the spring season. Hundreds of attendees join in, travelling from from all over the country. Our events come in all kinds of formats, and may include:

  • Open days at private conservation properties
  • Workshops to learn more about a species or subject
  • Field outings to put your new knowledge into practice
  • Guided tours by experts in the fields of science, conservation and/or species
  • Camping and hiking trips
  • Talks on private land conservation practices for landowners
  • Knowledge sharing and networking

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