Below is this week’s summary of events, grants and scholarships presented on Landcare’s weekly segment with Anne Delaney on Riverina ABC Breakfast Radio live from 6.40am on Thursday mornings.
Barb Busters “Some time ago Jane discovered an animal’s tail hanging from a barbed wire fence on her property. The tail was later confirmed to be that of………. Click here to find out what happened next.
Biodiversity Conservation Reform Webinar. In addition to information and discussion sessions that will be held at Tarcutta & Deniliquin (was originally going to be Coleambally) in late June, OEH will present a Webinar to help Landcare group members have a better understanding of what these reforms mean, so that people attending the in-person sessions will be better able to contribute with ideas, suggestions and queries. OEH can provide this facility ONLY on Friday 17th June from 2:30pm till 4:30pm. We are still waiting on the formal details to be sent through but you can register an interest with Kimberley Beattie firstname.lastname@example.org and she can follow up with you. Webinar access should be available from any computer with internet access through the links provided on the invite (once it’s made available to us).
You can download factsheets explaining the proposed reforms here. Any feedback should be made by 5pm on 28 June 2016
For people reading this for the first time……. welcome. Landcare interest and activity in the Riverina is building momentum and as such, we continue to expand our list of Landcare contacts. This not only includes Landcare groups in the Riverina but the many other stakeholders and individuals who contribute in a variety of ways.
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