Reducing the spread of Parkinsonia


Reducing the spread of Parkinsonia

On Donald Black’s property Langley, a 4,881 hectare cattle property about halfway between Middlemount and Clarke Creek, Parkinsonia—a Weed of National Significance—has gained a foothold, reducing the land available for grazing cattle and contributing a massive weed seed load for other properties further downstream.






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High Valley Bloom

This will be an all-ages, family-focused, wholesome event with an […]

Jun 19 2021

RCS Trees in Grazing Systems Webinar Part 2

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Jun 23 2021

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