Get back into property computer mapping with Agforce Project’s new refresher workshops.
Launched this month, Spatial 102 is designed to assist producers who have already attended an introductory computer mapping course or have dabble with mapping software at home. However beginners are also welcome.
The free workshop offers revision of basic computer mapping skills in either FarmKeeper or Phoenix computer mapping programs, followed by instruction in more advanced mapping functions such as capturing a paddock’s grazing pressure circles or designing a fire management plan.
This workshop will improve producers’ knowledge of their property and result in better farm management decisions.
Participants will receive:
- Latest property digital data containing (based on your lot on plan):
- Landsat and/or SPOT5 satellite imagery
- Moratorium Map
- Regional Ecosystem map
- Wetlands (if applicable)
- Computer mapping workbook for either FarmKeeper or Phoenix programs
- Demonstration licence of computer mapping software (30 days)
Mundubbera Tuesday 16 June
Eidsvold Wednesday 17 June
Gayndah Thursday 18 June
Venues to be advised at a later date and to register for this free workshop by contacting Bree Robertson at AgForce on (07) 32386039 or email [email protected]
This workshop commences at 9am and finishes around 4pm. The workshop is restricted to 10 participants and registration is required at the latest by Thursday June 11 so that staff can prepare individual property data.
This workshop is supported by AgForce Queensland through funding from the Australian Government’s Caring for our Country.