To book call 4974 2622 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please wear covered shoes, long pants, bring a bottle of water, a torch (if attending a habitat hike) and rain jacket if rain is forecast.
Get out there, get involved and be active.
Thursday 23 March 2017, 10am – 12pm
Meet at Warabrook train station, University of Newcastle, Callaghan Campus. FREE LUNCH. Wear sturdy footwear, long sleeves, long pants, sunscreen, insect repellent.
To RSVP contact Jess Styan on 4961 2358 or email@example.com
Come along to learn and discover the amazing habitats, wildflowers, birds, wetlands and conservation activities at Belmont Wetlands State Park.
Saturday 25 March, 9am – 11am
Meet at Jewells Crossing, Kalaroo Road, Belmont North
Wear sturdy footwear, hat, long sleeves, long pants, sunscreen, insect repellant.
Bookings essential: Phone 4961 2358 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Get along to Islington Park Maitland Road, Islington on Sunday 2 April to find out about the fascinating history of Throsby Creek and be part of planning for its future.
Between 9am and 5pm there will be a range of activities for all ages including:
Food and drink will also be available for sale. No bookings are required but if you’d like to find out more please call 4964 9308 or email email@example.com.
Wednesday 12 April 2017
See Richley Reserve come to life between 11am and 1pm with a feast of school holiday activities including environmental art & craft activities, face painting and critter encounters.
Where: Richley Reserve (off Freyberg Street, New Lambton
Ironbark Creek Community Planting Day – Saturday 29 April 2017 9am to 1pm
Mini-Bioblitz – May 2017
World Environment Day – June 2017
For names, locations, meeting days and times of all Newcastle City Council Landcare groups:
Our vision is to preserve and protect biodiversity and our natural environment, and to foster community awareness and participation in sustainable natural resource management for Newcastle.
Volunteers of The City of Newcastle Landcare will be working within the framework of the Landcare Ethic: working towards the ecological restoration and sustainable management of the land and water resources in the Hunter Region and to pass on a healthier natural environment to future generations.