LEARN ABOUT ADDING NATURAL VALUE TO YOUR FARM OR GARDEN FOR BEAUTY AND ABUNDANCE
WHEN: Sunday 28th October, 9am – midday
WHAT: Workshop and Farm Walk
WHERE: The Frogshack Farm, 1049 Grassy Rd Pegarah
COST: $15 adult; $10 Pensioner; Kids free
(please supervise, dams nearby).
Morning tea provided.
BRING: Farmy footwear and appropriate clothing.
Trees, plants, birds and beetles – we all love them and
take them for granted, but are we noticing how they are
slowly vanishing around us?
Join us at The Frogshack Farm to celebrate the function
of the humble tree and remind ourselves of how important green things are…
A practical and thought provoking workshop looking at ways we can
contribute to the future of our landscape - providing health,
beauty and abundance for people, stock and wildlife on ‘Our Patch’ – be it a small garden,
backyard or farm.
Carmen Holloway Horticulturalist, farmer and naturalist with a special interest in healthy
landscape function and the integration of food farming with natural systems
Kate Ravich – ornithologist and educator; co-founder of the Birds in Backyards program,
co-ordinator of the KINRMG’s Wings on King project ;
Lindall Kidd BirdLife Australia’s
Threatened Bird Network Project Officer
Dr Jenny Lau, BirdLife Australia’s Preventing
Extinctions Program Leader AND
Associate Professor Charlotte Taylor, Ecologist and educator, Sydney University
REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL BY 24TH OCTOBER:
ON-LINE AT https://www.birdsofkingisland.com/register
AT KIRDO, 5 George St, Currie
BY EMAIL TO: firstname.lastname@example.org