Managing Native Vegetation on Private Land

Vegetation at Clover Hill Dairies

Visit the local dairy farm who is national Landcare Primary Producer award winner!

Learn about:

How to enhance and manage native vegetation alongside improved farm production outcomes

How to revaluate your mistakes and build on your successes to achieve best environmental outcomes

Where to get further assistance and support in managing vegetation on your property

The range of programs you can become involved in to achieve the best outcomes for your landscape and your farm productivity including

  • Small Farms Network
  • Landcare Illawarra – Illawarra Woodland and Rainforest Project
  • Southern Rivers CMA – Escarpment to Sea Project

When: Saturday June 23, 10am-2pm

Where: Clover Hill Dairies, Jamberoo NSW (we will supply a map upon registration)

Why: Over 60% of Australia’s natural resources are managed by private land holders. This is a big task but there are a number of organisations with the skills sets and knowledge that can help you deliver best practice outcomes for your land and the wider catchment.

How: A range of representatives from organisations such as Landcare Illawarra, Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority, Conservation Volunteers, Small Farms Network as well as local project officers, bush regeneration officers, and landholders will be on hand to give you a guided tour through the property and discuss the range of techniques used in working with native vegetation on private land.
Representatives will be available to take questions and discuss regional projects.

Cost: There is no cost to attend the event and lunch will be provided.

RSVP: To register for this field day, RSVP Megan Rowlatt at
or phone 4229 7526 or 0412 532 817 by Friday 15th of June.

This field day is funded by Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority through the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country initiative.

Download Flyer.