september, 2018

14sep6:30 pm9:30 pmSoup, scones and sharingCluster Catch up No. 2

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

Threatened species protection ‘knowing what you have and how to protect it’  Friends of Turtons Creek

All aboard! ‘how to involve a range of partners in a Landcare project using the Black Spur Creek Wetlands as an example’  Nerrena Tarwin Valley Landcare Group

Strength in diversity ‘bridging gap between farmers and lifestyle property owners’  Tarwin Landcare Group

Engaging schools in Landcare ‘how we involve schools in caring for the Agnes River catchment’  Agnes River District Landcare Group

Tea break 8.30pm

Effective and efficient group management ‘how we run our group and why it works for us’  Fish Creek Landcare Group

Landcare knows no boundaries ‘how our group has successfully worked on public land over many years’  Franklin River Landcare Group

Finish by 9.30pm

To book your attendance visit: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/soup-scones-sharing-cluster-catch-up-no-2-tickets-49074263443?aff=ebapi

 

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Time

(Friday) 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location

Ruby Hall

Dykes Road, Ruby

Organizer

South Gippsland Landcare Network

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