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Shorebirds Training Workshops

November 30 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
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One event on 2 December 2020 at 9:30am

Due to COVID restrictions, the workshops are limited to only 20 people. If you would like to attend, please send your expression of interest Milly.

Hunter Region Landcare

Shorebirds Training Workshops

December 2 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
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One event on 2 December 2020 at 9:30am

Due to COVID restrictions, the workshops are limited to only 20 people. If you would like to attend, please send your expression of interest Milly.

Local Leaders Course

Local Leaders Course

12 April 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Do you want to start a new project?Enhance an existing inititative?Take on a community leadership role?Strengthen your networks?If you answered yes, then our Local Leaders Course is for you!This is an opportunity to collaborate and deepen skills to lead, build long-term networksand develop problem-solving skills. This leadership course builds community, rural,industry and government leadership capacity, with resilience and sustainability. The course will run for nine days in total (3 x three-day residential sessions), involvingworkshops and project work. Experienced facilitators Global…

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30 Years of Landcare

30 Years of Landcare

To acknowledge 30 years of Landcare in the Hunter, HRLN is putting together a book and providing resource packs to current members.
Sticky Hops

Sticky Hops

Dodonaea viscosa Rather inaccurately described in “A Little Book of Latin for Gardeners” (see this month’s book ...
Paul’s Award Winning* Plant Destakerater

Paul’s Award Winning* Plant Destakerater

Stakes were generally well stuck in the ground and often splintering, making hand pulling a very hazardous and difficult activity.After a few trials and a lot of thinking I came up with a destaking tool which just slips over the stake and gives a good grip to lift the stake out of the ground.
Blackthorn/ sweet bursaria

Blackthorn/ sweet bursaria

Blackthorn is not especially popular in cultivation because of its prickly habit. Bursaria will often colonise cleared land and can be mistaken for an invasive weed.
Eucalypt Bark Types

Eucalypt Bark Types

Just as their fruits (gumnuts) can help us figure out which Eucalypt is which so can their bark, these are some commonly seen in the Upper Hunter.  
Recruiting tips

Recruiting tips

No 1. reason that people volunteer – because they were asked.
Forest / Mountain Oak

Forest / Mountain Oak

The Forest or Mountain Oak can be identified by it’s brown corky bark, round fruit (cones) and four or five teeth on the article needles.

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