september, 2018

07sep6:30 pm9:30 pmSoup, scones and sharingCluster catch up No. 1

Event Details

Be part of a cosy night and enjoy delicious soup, scones and the sharing of insights from Landcare groups in South Gippsland.

Two Landcare Group Cluster Catch-ups are being held during Landcare month.

Find out what works for groups. Why? So that you can adopt similar initiatives for your group and/or get involved in other groups activities, we’re all Landcarers after all!

Landcare group presentations will be facilitated by Kate McKenzie with 15 minute presentations followed by 5 minutes of questions/summary.

Dinner 6.30-7pm

A land of opportunity and potential ‘how our group is embracing changes to population and land use types’  Loch Nyora Landcare Group

It’s time to plant! ‘how our group runs its long-term tree-bees’ program and why it’s a success’  Mardan Mirboo North Landcare Group

In Landcare we trust ‘building relationships and acting as mentors to new farmers’  Mt Lyall Landcare Group

Grant success! ‘how our group has success with securing project funding, to meet the groups aims and objectives’  Arawata/Mt Eccles Wild Dog Valley Landcare Group

Tea break  8.15pm

Collaborative partnerships ‘how to work with and engage scout groups in Landcare activities for mutually beneficial outcomes’  Hallston Landcare Group

Weed control action through education ‘the longevity and success of a weed control campaign in the district’  Triholm Landcare Group

You’re welcome! ‘how our group engages new members and creates an inclusive, social atmosphere’  Poowong Landcare Group

Finish by 9.30pm

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