How plant trigger map will impact producers
SOUTH Burnett property owners will be able to find out how they are impacted by the recent update to the Protected Plants trigger mapping.
The information session hosted by AgForce SEQ will be held in Kingaroy on Friday, October 25.
The State Government has recently updated the Protected Plants trigger mapping within the Nature Conservation Act.
This act has been a 'sleeping giant' in the vegetation management debate in Queensland for more than two decades.
Producers are encouraged to listen to expert speakers about how they may be affected by the trigger mapping.
Key speaker Noel Brinsmead will talk about the impact of the recent mapping changes and show the physical mapping.
He will then explain the implications of the mapping for property owners.
Marie Vitelli will also share ways to identify nearby protected plants without it costing a cent.
She will also explain what recent changes to reef regulations in the Burnett region means for graziers and grain growers.
The event will be held from 6.45pm to 8.45pm at the Motel Oasis, 50 Walter Rd, Kingaroy on Friday, October 25.
With only 30 free tickets remaining, anyone interested must get in quick and RSVP by Wednesday, October 23.
Visit http://bit.ly/35igLND for all registration details.