Quote of the Moment:

“Good land-care like child-care or any sort of “care” cannot be achieved by legislation. Effective custodianship of our natural resource base can only take place by educating and empowering the people who make the actual day-to-day decisions that affect our landscapes.”
Uncommon good sense

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Kachana Landscape Management Calendar

January: Hot and dry, hot and wet or cool and wet

February: Hot and dry, hot and wet or cool and wet Statistically this is our highest rainfall-month, but totally unpredictable

March: The key-month for landscape management, tends to be cooler in a good wet season; fire breaks with fire

April: This is generally the end of wet season; herd segregation and biological budgeting; reduction of fuel loads with fire if necessary

May: We take the main herd South to the Alligator Creek and Lone Pine Creek Revitalization Projects

June: Country begins to dry off and we use the stock for wild-fire mitigation strategies.

July: Cool (05 deg to 30 deg) Soilfoodweb monitoring in our Millennium Project.

August: Can get warm to hot. Ration off feed for the dry months.

September: Landscape Management Workshops, Report on workshops.

October: Hot. Use the herd to prepare the ground for the rainy season.

November: Hot with the odd storm
Annual Photo Monitoring, Alligator Creek, Lone Pine Creek, Lee Creek and Rock-Wallaby Creek revitalization Projects

December: Hot with the odd storm

N.B.: Our year is shaped by the elements. We try to work with Nature and her physical and biological forces.