Council meets locals at Small Acreage Field Days
With over 6,000 families who live on small acreage in the Adelaide Hills, it was a wonderful to be part of the Small Acreage Field Days at Echunga Oval on 24 – 25 September.
Thanks to the Rotary Club of Stirling, the days provided information on the latest equipment, services and products that assist and appealed to those living on small acreage.
“It was a great opportunity to meet and chat with our community about the topics they really care about, such as land management, the Amy Gillett Bikeway and waste management,” said Brett Mayne, Adelaide Hills Council Economic Development Officer.
On Saturday, the Council stall hosted Megan Bekesi from East Waste who focused on the wasted management services that are provided by the Council, as well as providing education about practicing better waste management by using a circular economy.
On Sunday, Council staff James Szabo and Brett Mayne focused on Sharing in the Hills, the Council’s Rural Land Management Guide, and the business services that Council provide.
You can learn more about the Adelaide Hills Council waste management, business services, and Rural Land Management via the videos below.