Get involved with National Tree Day as a member of the Community. Community includes individuals, friends, family, faith based groups, local community groups and more! National Tree Day is traditionally held on the last Sunday in July. If this is not an ideal time to plant Tree Day activities can take place on any date, you just need to register when your activity will take place. Find a site near you: https://treeday.planetark.org/find-a-site/
A BioBlitz is a citizen science event where scientists and naturalists work with the community to explore their local area with the aim of recording as many species as possible.
This field day includes a plant medicine walk, a demonstration of the distillation of native flora, permaculture with native plants, a lichen walk and talk, smoking ceremony, and more.
Learn about the significance of coastal Themeda Grasslands as Ecologically Endangered Communities
The National Waterbug Blitz invites citizen scientists to work with scientists and look at water quality & river health on a local and national scale!
Identify weeds, learn about the value of biocontrol and bring a weed for identification.
Join us at Mt Vincent on Monday 21 October (9:30-midday) to learn more about weed control in the Cessnock area. Hunter LLS and Cessnock Council will discuss significant weeds in your area, what support Council and LLS can provide, and demonstrate some innovative control techniques, including drone spraying and splatter-gun control methods. This workshop is part of our Woodland Birds and Key Habitats program, so we will be focusing on weeds that impact on native under-storey plants, such as lantana,…
Do you manage native vegetation on your farm? Do you love your local birds?
This event has been postponed due to weather and staff being involved in emergency response.
Landcare NSW Events
The Landcare NSW Gateway website is an excellent source to find out all the events across NSW.
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