2023 Landcare Link-up – sharing stories in Taradale
Posted on 24 May, 2023 by Hadley Cole
As part of Connecting Country’s ongoing support for Landcare groups in the Mount Alexander/ Leanganook region, we coordinate an annual Landcare Link-up to provide groups with an opportunity to get together, learn, share and connect. It’s also a great opportunity for anyone not yet engaged in Landcare to learn more about what’s involved.
The theme for this years Link-up event is ‘Sharing Stories’ and will be held in Taradale, starting with gentle walk through Barkly Park followed by afternoon tea at the Taradale Hall.
Taradale Landcare Group are kindly co-hosting the event and will walk us through their Rediscover Barkly Park project. Barkly Park is public land with hidden conservation values and offers a wonderful space for Landcare activities and for the wider community to connect with nature.
The group has been working hard to promote Barkly Park through educational and engaging walks throughout 2022/23 and a mini celebration festival earlier this year. They have plans to care for and restore the site for both community and animals to enjoy for years to come. We will hear from group President, Brian Bainbridge, who will present the plans and processes behind the Rediscover Barkly Park project. Brian has decades of experience in restoring landscapes and connecting people with nature through various volunteer and paid roles. It’s sure to be an interesting and engaging event.
Barkly Park, Taradale VIC. Photo by Taradale Landcare.
Following the visit to Barkly Park, we will head over to the Taradale Hall to hear more interesting stories from Landcarers in the region and enjoy a lovely afternoon tea together.
Bookings are essential for catering purposes. To book your place, please -click here
For any inquiries please email: email@example.com or call the Connecting Country office on: 0493 362 394
We thank the North Central Catchment Management Authority for their support of this event.