Events

Jul
29
Sun
2018
National Tree Day 29 July 2018 Maitland City Council
Jul 29 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Tree Day Site Details

Sunday, 29 July 2018 9:00am to 12:00pm

Aims of the project

The planting will be undertaken at Walka Water Works in the native vegetation area approximately 10 min walk from the carpark along the lake pathway. The planting will assist with rehabilitation of the ecological community and provide habitat.

Organisation

Maitland City Council
Site Address: Scobies Lane
Maitland NSW 2320

Nearest Cross Street: Oakhampton Road

Directions: Walka Water Works, approximately 10min walk from carpark along the lake pathway. Signage will be available to provide direction

Suitable for Children: Yes

Accessible for disabled: Yes

The following will be provided: Gloves, Tools and equipment for planting, Watering cans / buckets, Drinking water

Activities that will take place on the day

  • Planting Activity
  • Native animal habitat

Volunteer RSVP

RSVP to: Deanne Nelson-Pritchard

Phone: 02 4934 9700

To find out more and book in please go to https://treeday.planetark.org/site/10018090

National Tree Day 29 July 2018 Newcastle City Council
Jul 29 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Tree Day Site Details

Sunday, 29 July 2018 9:00am to 12:00pm

Aims of the project

Hosted by Newcastle City Council this project will revegetate approximately 600 square metres of the northern section of District Park with native groundcovers, shrubs and tree species. This project aims to increase public amenity, add to the city of Newcastle’s urban forest canopy cover, mitigate urban heat and create a pocket of habitat for native fauna in Broadmeadow, Newcastle. In recent years we have delivered a similar project in Stevenson Park, Mayfield. This year, with your help, we will deliver the first stage of this new community urban forest site in Broadmeadow.

Organisation

Newcastle City Council

Site Address: District Park (Cnr of Australia Road and Denney Street)
Broadmeadow NSW 2292

Nearest Cross Street: Australia Road

Directions: Northern section of District Park. Best access is via Denney Street, Broadmeadow. The site will be easily visible due to a marquee being set up in the park opposite number 19 Denney Street..

Suitable for Children: Yes

Accessible for disabled: Yes

Notes about the day: Lend a hand to plant a tree and join us for a free BBQ. Please wear appropriate clothing (hat, covered shoes, long sleeved shirt and long pants recommended). Gloves, tools and equipment for planting will be provided. Get involved!

The following will be provided: Gloves, Tools and equipment for planting, Watering cans / buckets, Drinking water, BBQ

Activities that will take place on the day

  • Planting Activity
  • Urban renewal

Volunteer RSVP

RSVP to: Angus Weingott

Phone: 02 4974 2622

To find out more and book in please go to https://treeday.planetark.org/site/10018090

Aug
17
Fri
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 17 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Aug
18
Sat
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 18 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Aug
19
Sun
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 19 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Aug
20
Mon
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 20 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Aug
21
Tue
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 21 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Aug
22
Wed
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 22 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Aug
23
Thu
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 23 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Aug
24
Fri
2018
NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018
Aug 24 all-day

NSW Sustaining Landcare Week – 17 Aug to 2 Sept 2018

Statewide Event- supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL). Showcase your group and activities to your local MP and raise awareness of Landcare.

Contact your Local Landcare Coordinator for more information.

Sustaining Landcare is about securing the services and support Landcare groups need to carry out their valuable projects and activities. We need to raise awareness of the consequences if Landcare does not have access to core infrastructure such as Local Coordinators and central support services.

Landcare NSW has advised the NSW Government and all political parties that the cost of Landcare support over four years is $32.5 million. Educating our elected representatives about Landcare is an ongoing challenge and a great opportunity.

For this reason, Landcare NSW is coordinating a statewide event to reach out to MPs and raise awareness of Landcare. While national ‘Landcare Week’ would seem the obvious opportunity, this is held in September when the NSW Parliament is in session making it impossible for MPs to attend events in their electorates.

We have chosen 17 August to 2 September 2018 to organise ‘NSW Sustaining Landcare Week’, supported by the NSW Parliamentary Friends of Landcare (PFL).

Our aim is for MPs and Landcare groups to get together across the State to talk about Landcare. We are encouraging Landcare regions to hold an event to showcase your group and activities to your local Member of Parliament and other candidates in your electorate. This will assist groups to form a relationship with their local MP and other key stakeholders, including Local Land Services. If you already have this relationship, inviting them to an event will help to keep it alive.

By holding activities statewide over the course of a week or 10 days we aim to increase our impact and raise awareness of Landcare. This event may be something you already have planned: a tree planting, a field day, a working bee, a guided walk, an education session…the key is to make sure you invite your local MP! Please invite your Federal MP, too, as we also want to build relationships with representatives in Canberra.

The PFL will send a notice to all NSW Members of Parliament encouraging them to accept the invitation to attend a local Landcare event in their electorate and will also encourage them to get in touch with the Local Landcare Coordinator in their region to find out about upcoming events. The PFL Chair Kevin Anderson, Member for Tamworth, has committed to organising a debate (a Notice of Motion) in the Legislative Assembly of the NSW Parliament the week beginning 17 September which will enable all MPs to speak about Landcare in their electorate and the events they attended.

Landcare NSW Events

The Landcare NSW Gateway website is an excellent source to find out all the events across NSW.

Click the button below and you will be taken to the events page on that website.