Come and join us for an informative and fun filled day - with the expectation of getting a little messy! Seed balls have been used for centuries as a means of sowing seeds. The Japanese farmer and philosopher Masanobu Fukuoka used them to reclaim land degraded by poor farming practices in rural Japan. The benefits […]
Come and join us for an informative and fun filled day - with the expectation of getting a little messy! This final Seed Ball workshop is targeted at members from Metcalfe, Baynton Sidonia & Campaspe Valley Landcare Groups, with seed chosen specifically for these areas of the Catchment (all groups will be offered an opportunity […]
Join Pollinator Ecologist, Dr Amy-Marie Gilpin, Research Fellow at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, ONLINE as she talks us through the present and future impacts of climate change on our native pollinators. Tickets are available via EVENTBRITE https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-change-and-the-pollinator-with-dr-amy-marie-gilpin-tickets-407805576457 or you can join us directly by clicking the following ZOOM link https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89676030541?pwd=WDV0aXpRK25XS1pvUVNFSFhpbWk4dz09 DR AMY-MARIE GILPIN […]
Please join us as Annemaree talks us through the theories behind Whole Property Management, and provides us with ideas on how to reduce our reliance on chemicals through utilising biological controls for pest species. TICKETS THROUGH EVENTBRITE PRESENTER Annemaree Docking is an Agricultural Scientist, Permaculture Designer, Farmer and advocate for the natural environment. She started […]
Join us online with ecologist John Harris of Wildlife & Ecology as he discusses the impacts of drought on biodiversity As one of the driest populated continents on earth, Australia will never eliminate the physical or psychological threat or effects of drought. As severe weather events become more frequent, and the effects of climate change […]
Spend the weekend with the UCLN in Glenlyon on 8 & 9 October from 1pm to 4pm, and learn how to ‘photograph’ native insects from our resident pollinator photographer - UCLN President John Walter. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call UCLN Landcare Facilitator, Rebekah on 0432 491 789 to reserve your place!
If you have ever wondered who is visiting your backyard, local environment or Landcare site, this is the Workshop for you! Ecologist & Zoologist John Harris will be teaching us how to observe, record and identify indigenous animals using methods that don't require a permit! Come along and learn about tracks & scats & the […]
Would you like to learn more about how to identify and control the invasive grasses on your property? In Australia there are over 400 species of grasses with 180 introduced species. Chilean needle grass and Serrated Tussock are two invasive species that are harmful to the environment and livestock. The seed heads of Nassella species […]
Woodend Landcare is hosting a Working 🐝 Sunday 30 April from 9am to 12pm at the Slatey Creek Blackgum Reserve on Ashbourne Road in Woodend.
Three places left for our Seasonal Workshops with Annemaree Docking of Thriving Rural... Observe, Think, Design, and Implement. Workshop One – Observation Autumn: 10am, 30 April 2023 Barfold Hall - Heathcote-Kyneton Road, Barfold ~ RSVP by 26 April ESSENTIAL The modern outlook on life, including land management, insists that a lot of hard work and […]