WEBINAR RECORDING

Farm roads and tracks that withstand erosion
– it’s all in the design!

In this webinar we look at road and track design, and learn how you can make a difference
to erosion, water quality, and time and money spent on maintenance.

WEBINAR RECORDING

Farm roads and tracks that withstand erosion – it’s all in the design!

In this webinar we look at road and track design, and learn how you can make a difference to erosion, water quality, and time and money spent on maintenance.

Guest Speaker

Peter Fogarty
NSW Soil Knowledge Network and Certified Professional Soil Scientist

Unsealed roads and tracks are essential to get around on your property, yet a track that is continually washing out costs time and money to fix, not to mention the wear and tear on vehicles. Roads and tracks are also a source of sediment pollution into our creeks and waterways, and can greatly affect their health.

Knowing about good road and track design can, therefore, make a big difference to erosion, water quality and the amount of time and money spent on maintenance.

Severe road erosion.
Photo credit: Ashley Bolton

Fix for a badly eroded road.
Photo credit: Ashley Bolton

Watch the video below to learn about the principles of good road and track design.

Our handy guide to improving farm roads and tracks to withstand erosion

This web page contains more information and guidance on how to best build and maintain farm roads and tracks to manage runoff and erosion, and six factors you should consider when designing or maintaining them on your property.

View Guide >

This event is supported by the ACT Government and the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.