Connecting Country runs a dedicated education and engagement program each year that aims to provide information, practical skills and inspiration.
Our monthly ‘Nature News’ articles in the first week of each month in the Midland Express are something to look out for. You can also always keep in touch via our Connecting Country Facebook Page – do ‘like’ us!
The best way to stay informed is via the Connecting Country webpage and our regular emails and blogs, you can subscribe here. Alternatively you can contact Tanya for more information about the Education and Engagement program on 5472-1594.
Autumn Series Workshops: Monitoring Healthy Habitats
Birdata Workshop: Friday 13 April
Andrew Silcocks from BirdLife Australia provides an introduction and practical demonstration of how to use online Birdata mapping and smartphone app
Workshop notes and fact sheet to come.
Caring for Large Old Trees: Saturday 28 April
Connecting Country’s Tanya Loos discusses the value and care of old eucalypts
Presented in partnership with the Mount Alexander Shire Council, this workshop will be at the beautiful Guildford Saddle Club. All bookings and enquiries to 54711700, or email@example.com.
Nestboxes for Wildlife: Sunday 6 May 2018
Miles Geldard shares his extensive knowledge on the design, construction, installation, and monitoring of nest boxes for wildlife on your property
Further details to be announced – subscribe to our blog at www.connectingcountry.org.au to keep up to date.
The Autumn workshop series is supported by funding from the Wettenhall Environment Trust.
You can find out more about our past education program: a summary of each session, photos and associated resources are provided in the links below.