Lock in a date to get on board!

The NRM Spatial Hub team have been continuing to work with our partners to both raise awareness of the new tools that are available and to undertake training with graziers and extension staff.

In recent months we have been continuing to undertaken training sessions for land managers and extension staff, and presenting at numerous grazing forums such as the NT Cattleman’s Association conference; the Gulf Cattleman’s Association, Northern Gulf & MLA BeefUp Forum; the Southern Gulf and MLA BeefUp Forum; QLD Regional Landcare Facilitators workshop; Southwest NRM NRM Spatial Hub training workshops; and Qld Police – Stock & Rural Crime Investigation Squad annual conference.

Dates have been locked in for several upcoming events including:

  • Charters Towers & Spyglass Station training days 23-26 August
  • NSW Local Land Services extension staff            2 September
  • Port Augusta and Adelaide training             6-8 September
  • Beef Industry Breakfast, Brisbane             14 September
  • National Rural Women’s Coalition webinar             20 September
  • National Landcare Conference, Melbourne             21-23 September
  • Sheep Technology Field day, Dirranbandi             28 September
  • Innovations Expo, Broken Hill NSW       26 September
  • Grazing BMP workshop and training Birdsville, QLD  29 September

Additional dates are being finalised in collaboration with NRM Regionals and the Pastoral Profit Program in QLD and WA in October and November. If you are interested in hosting or attending a workshop, or hands-on training please contact the NRM Spatial Hub team, or your local extension officer



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Our Partners

The NRM Spatial Hub project is supported through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Programme and other significant cash and in-kind support from Meat and Livestock Australia and other partners, including:

The Rangelands Alliance members comprising of 14 NRM Regional Bodies; the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI); the Queensland Remote Sensing Centre, the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, the NT Departments of Primary Industries and Land Resource Management, and multiple other organisations across Australia.