Do you want to learn how to manage your property to preserve, enhance and protect its biodiversity?
The Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council is facilitating a free seminar as part of the Blue Sky Festival. The seminar will provide an opportunity to share information about the flora and fauna in the Perth Hills and how you can get involved to protect them for the future.
The seminar is open to everyone, however the talks are aimed at landholders who have an interest in the environment of Perth Hills and want to know more about how to manage their properties to benefit biodiversity.
There will be a FREE nest box raffle for attendees.
||Mundaring Lesser Hall, Jacoby Street Mundaring|
||Saturday, 17 March 2018|
|Time:||Guest speakers between 10:15am to 3:00pm|
|RSVP:||Not required (attend sessions of interest)|
Speakers on the day will include:
- Chris Ferreira – The Forever Project
- Tegan Douglas – Birdlife Australia
- Mike and Mandy Bamford – Bamford Consulting Ecologists
- City of Swan and Shire of Mundaring Fire Officers
- Professor Giles Hardy – Murdoch University
- Luke McMillan – Perth NRM
- Landholders and catchment group members
For individual session times download the flyer by clicking here.
This event will be part of the Blue Sky Festival which will be held in the vicinity of Nichol Road, Jacoby Street and the Sculpture Park in Mundaring. This is an environmental and sustainability festival. There will be a variety of stalls, kid’s activities, music and food vans to enjoy on the day.
Click this link of you would like to follow the Blue Sky Festival on Facebook.
This project is supported by the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme and Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program.