Join us at a FREE EcoVineyards workshop near you!
We're hitting the road in November and December for our first round of EcoVineyards workshops.
Come along and learn about the EcoVineyards project and how native insectary plants can be used to create biodiverse ecosystems in and around vineyards.
There will be practical EcoVineyards demonstrations and regional experts available on the day. Come and meet the EcoGrowers in your region and learn more about their project ideas.
The EcoVineyards project focuses on building resilience by incorporating native insectary plants to create biodiverse ecosystems in and around vineyards. These plants support populations of insect predators, which contribute towards biocontrol of vineyard pests.
These workshops are tailored for wine grape growers and you will learn how native insectary plants have the capacity to provide a range of benefits. Every workshop is free to attend and includes refreshments and catering.
We aim to help growers save time and resources by producing healthy grapes, with lower pest incidence while at the same time, enhancing the resilience and biodiversity of their vineyard.
The program for each workshop is a great mix of practical demonstrations (in the vineyard where possible) and knowledge sharing from industry experts and fellow grape growers.
Tuesday 5 November - McLaren Vale (REGISTRATIONS CLOSE NOVEMBER 1)
Friday 15 November - Langhorne Creek
Wednesday 20 November - Adelaide Hills
Thursday 21 November - Barossa
Tuesday 26 November - Riverland
Thursday 28 November - Coonawarra
Tuesday 3 December - Clare
Bookings are essential and can be made through our Eventbrite page - http://winegrapecouncilsa.eventbrite.com
We look forward to seeing you there!
Regional project partners