Looking At Landcare (9/10/2020) – Express Your Interest for Upcoming Events

Hi Landcarers

It is great to be planning and looking ahead with things looking a little more stable for hosting events.

Have you registered for the Seed Collection workshop with Mikla Lewis on Wednesday, 25 November?

We have received a good response to the workshop, but we still have spaces available. You can fill in your expression of interest via the links on our website or social media. Please note that spaces are limited. EOI here.

We are still busily working away on our events in May 2021 that host Costa Georgiadis. If you are keen to be involved in either volunteering or attending events, we still have our expression of interest open and would love to hear from you. Links can be found via social Media or on our website.

Costa will be our guest presenter at Eco Day, Key Note Speaker at our Landcare dinner and guest at the Forbes Riverside Community Garden Open Day. EOI here.

The Paul Ryan Future-Proof Your Business workshops are still running. There are still two workshops in this series to come, with Webinar 3, Understanding Resilience in Your System on 15 October and Designing Resilient Futures on 29 October.

In Webinar 3, Paul will be using the iceberg model to understand system change, and talking through cycles of change. Webinar 4 will cover resilience design principles and how to implement them.

The intention of these workshops is assisting the community to rebound from drought and develop systems for resilience.

Paul is passionate about social and environmental change and works with people and organisations at all scales and sectors to prepare for and create a fair, just and sustainable future.

This project is supported by Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program and the NSW Landcare Program.

The Central West Local Land Services also have two Field Walks being held in October, with the first being held at Bogan Gate on 28 October and the second at Purlewaugh on 30 October. Bookings can be made here.

These walks will be an opportunity to walk through trail sites, discuss dual purpose crops and management. Staff will also be looking at animal health considerations and supplements to increase livestock production.

As with any face to face workshops, there are restrictions in place. Please check the details for all events as part of the booking process and adhere to COVID19 restrictions.

For further information on this article, please go to www.centralwestlachlanlandcare.org, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @cwllandcare