Announcing Connecting Country AGM – 19 November 2022
Posted on 26 September, 2022 by Ivan
Connecting Country is delighted to announce our Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2022. After two years of online AGMs, we finally meet at the magnificent Campbells Creek Community Centre in person. Hurrah!
Please join us for this free event on Saturday 19 November 2022 at 2.00 pm for brief AGM formalities, afternoon tea and our special guest presenter. As usual, it will be much more than an AGM!
Our theme is ‘Caring for large old trees in our landscape’ and we will feature a special presentation:
Large old trees: Caring and sharing their future
Chris Pocknee – Landscape and Biodiversity Conservation Ecologist with Biolinks Alliance
Chris is an ecologist with a passion for understanding the threats facing native fauna and ecosystems, and how we can address these issues. Chris grew up in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne and completed his MSc at the University of Melbourne in 2017 before undertaking an internship with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy in NSW. Chris has recently submitted his PhD thesis at the University of Queensland, where he studied the impacts of fire and feral cats on the Endangered northern bettong. He relishes collaborative ecological work, and is passionate about empowering communities to conserve and recover local biodiversity. Chris loves exploring the outdoors, camping, wildlife photography and football.
Join Chris to learn about how to care for old trees in our landscape, and how vital they are to a host of woodland birds and other wildlife.
Everyone is most welcome! Please register your attendance for the meeting – click here
The following Connecting Country AGM 2022 documents are available for download:
Our independant financial audit report 2022 is in progress and will be available in early November prior to the AGM.
Please note only current Connecting Country members can vote in the AGM. To become a member or renew your membership – click here
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Thank you to the Ian & Shirley Norman Foundation for their invaluable support of our ‘Caring for large old trees’ project.