Going the Distance

The last webinar for 2020 in Zero Emissions Byron’s series THE EV REVOLUTION, focusses on EV driving ranges and charging networks. With industry experts Bryce Gaton, Secretary of the Victorian Branch of the Australian Electric Vehicle Association, and Marty Andrews, CEO of Chargefox.

Air Quality and Health in the Hunter

Learn about
• The damaging effects of air pollution from burning coal on the lungs of both children and adults
• What can be done to decrease air pollution in the Hunter
• The relationship between COVID-19, bushfires and air quality

Grow Native Plants from seeds and cuttings

An introduction to local species identification and production with Fleur Stelling. Join volunteers from Our Native Garden Nursery to learn the basics of native plant production on a small scale. You will get to know some of our beautiful local native species and find out how to grow your own from seed or cutting.

Invaders and Escapees – Managing pest and weeds on small rural properties

Join the Healthy Hectares team for the next workshop in our series helping small rural property owners to understand and manage land. This workshop will be run via zoom due to current and ongoing COVID restrictions. There is an automatic place reserved for all full course participants (2 people per property)- Please RSVP your attendance.

Cooking with local and seasonal produce

Eating local and seasonal vegetables, fruit and herbs is better for your health, your wallet and the environment. Be inspired by our popular local chef, Jo Williams at this on-line cooking demonstration.

Wildlife Queensland presents: Queensland’s Quolls

In this FREE one-hour Zoom webinar, presenters Matt Cecil (Wildlife Queensland) and Dr Sean Fitzgibbon (University of Queensland) will provide a fascinating look at Queensland’s quolls, with a specific focus on the endangered spotted-tailed quoll. Learn about these amazing marsupials, their habitat and ecology, as well as the threats they face and current conservation initiatives.

Free: The Park Lands Project

The PARK LANDS PROJECT is a free art, music and citizen science meets nature festival, located in Tuthangga/ Carriageway Park – Park 17.

NATURE MORNING in the PARK LANDS

Join Nature Conservation Society SA and Trees For Life for a morning of bush care and exploring the plants and animals in Park 17. This is a free event.